Join us Friday, August 14 - Friday, August 21!


Incoming first-year students are encouraged to participate in CAMPUS Connections, a seven-day introduction to college life.



CAMPUS Connections participants' days are divided among academic, co-curricular, and fun team-building activities.

During CAMPUS Connections, participants will:

  • Learn about University resources
  • Build new friendships through fun activities
  • Attend math workshops and retake the math placement exam
  • Get a head start on other classes through AAC Pre-course participation

All CAMPUS Connections participants living on campus during the upcoming fall semester may move into their assigned rooms early and stay for the duration of the program without needing to move out. Commuters are welcome to participate in CAMPUS Connections, but housing and transportation are not provided. All commuter meals, however, are covered by the program.

Returning CAMPUS Connections students serve as interns and help run CAMPUS Connections in partnership with CAMPUS Connections professional staff. Click on "Meet the 2020 CC Interns" link in the menu on the left to learn more about them and the advice they have for incoming students.

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Thanks to the sponsorship of the King-Parks-Chavez Program and other support from the University community, CAMPUS Connections is offered at no additional cost to students. 

Questions or concerns may be submitted to scholars@ltu.edu, or call 248.204.4120. CAMPUS Connections staff will also be available during LTU Orientation and Registration.






King-Chavez-Parks

This program is supported by the King-Chavez-Parks Initiative through the State of Michigan.