Arrival Information, Fall 2013
We're here to help you prepare to move to a new school - and a new country. The important information on these pages helps you decide when to reserve flights, where to live, and how to make the most successful transition to the University of Dayton.
Before you arrive
Confirm your enrollment
All students must confirm their enrollment with the Admissions Office prior to arriving on campus.
New undergraduate student or conditionally admitted undergraduate students confirm enrollment here >>
New graduate students and conditionally admitted graduate students confirm enrollment here >>
Arriving on campus
New international students must report to the University by Monday, October 14, when required activities begin for new international students. The Center for International Programs (CIP) will provide transportation from the Dayton International Airport to campus on October 11, 12 and 13.
Read important information about arriving to campus including transportation days and times and information about temporary accommodations >>
The University of Dayton offers many types of housing to meet students' personal, cultural and religious needs. If you will be a first- or second-year undergraduate or conditionally admitted student under the age of 21, you are required to live on campus. All other students are encouraged to live on campus, when housing is available.
Learn more about how to request housing >>
To protect the health of everyone on campus, the University requires immunization information and a Tuberculosis (TB) screening from all students.
Learn more about the requirement >>
After you arrive
Take the IEP Placement Test (IEP students only)
Testing and orientation are mandatory for new IEP students. Placement testing for new students in the Intensive English Program is Monday, October 14 at 8:30 a.m. in the McGinnis Center Multipurpose Room. IEP Orientation is Tuesday, October 15, at 2 p.m., also in the McGinnis Center.