New Student Orientation (Vancouver Campus) – Fall 2024

New Student Orientation (Vancouver Campus) – Fall 2024

Welcome to the #NewYorkTechVancouver community! New Student Orientation Week is a mandatory program for all new students and will help ease your transition to your University life in Canada and New York Tech Vancouver.

Fall 2024 orientation will be offered in person.

Fall Orientation Dates: Tuesday, August 27, 2024 - Friday, August 30, 2024

It is mandatory to attend the entire Orientation Week in person, so please arrange your travel plans accordingly.

To Kick off Orientation Week, “Welcome to New York Tech” Presentation will take place Tuesday, August 27 at 9:00 A.M. PDT.

Doors Open for Check-In Begins at 8:30 A.M. PDT

Location: 2925 Virtual Way, Suite 310
Vancouver, B.C. V5M 4X3

New Student Orientation Week will give you all of the information you need to know about our campus, student resources, our different services department, and all of the things you can look forward to as a New York Tech Vancouver student.

Only registered, Fall 2024 New Students are permitted to attend our orientation week events. Registration for remaining New Student Orientation Week Events and Workshops are emailed out to all successfully registered students to sign up further – please make sure you register for New Student Orientation Week through the link below!

RSVP To Orientation Here

During orientations, you will get the chance to explore your student services, resources, and academic support systems. You will learn about:

  • Your Academic Program
  • Our Student Services Departments
  • Student Support Resources
  • Social Engagement Activities

We will communicate all logistical details for Fall 2024 New Student Orientations via email, so please make sure to check your preferred email regularly.

Please contact if you have any questions.

On the RSVP form below, we ask if you want a New York Tech Mentor.

What is a New York Tech Mentor?

A New York Tech Vancouver Mentor is a current student who is studying in your program. They were in your shoes and can help you navigate your transition to our institution, Vancouver, and Canada.