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Transfer Orientation

All transfer students are expected to attend Orientation on Friday, August 23.

The Schedule:

8 a.m . - Residents check in at Brehme Conference Center

9:30 a.m. - Commuters check in at Brehme Conference Center

[Continental breakfast provided)

10:30 - 12 noon - Informational meeting in Brehme Conference Center (BCC)

12 noon - 1 p.m. - Tacos for Transfers lunch, (BCC)

[Parents will say goodbye to their student after lunch)

1-2 p.m. - Panel and mixers, (BCC)

2-3:30 p.m. - Campus tour and computer training

3:30-11 p.m. - The downtown Canton Experience, which includes coffee shops, dinner downtown, and a free movie at The Palace Theater (vans leave from behind the BCC)


Here's why you need to be here:

  • If you're a resident student, this is when you'll check into your room.

  • You'll attend sessions that help you understand general education at Malone, information about your major, policies, and graduation requirements.

  • You'll receive your student ID, mailbox information, computer training, and more.

  • You'll get to know the Malone Community - including other transfer students.  

Contact Us

There will be many people on campus at Orientation to answer questions you may have.
If you need to ask about something before you arrive, please don't hesitate to contact us by emailing cnaqrefba+znybar+rqh or calling 330.471.8273.

What students have to say...

"My transfer experience was great! Malone helped the transition run smoothly, and I'm very happy with my choice. Between my experience in the classroom and my time with the girls on my team, Malone has been the best decision I've made."

- Emily Soricelli (Early Childhood Education/Soccer)

"Malone made it a very smooth transition from my old school to here. Everyone was really accepting and made my switch fun and easy."

-Jaymee Mook (Nursing Major)

"Transferring to Malone was one of the best decisions I've made in my college years. Giving me the chance to continue to play the sport I love along with a great education."

- Zachary Bates (Early Childhood Education/Basketball)