Stephen F. Austin State University

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Online Reservation & Payment

Orientation Reservations for 2015 will be available in December 2014

Please fill out the Online Reservation and Payment form to make your reservation! Online reservations are processed through the university's secure server to ensure credit card security.***

Please note: Reservations are also accepted through mail. Simply fill out, and return, the Orientation Reservation form found in the brochure that was mailed to your student along with the appropriate payment amount.

Bacterial Meningitis Requirement

If you are new to the campus, State law requires students to have a Meningitis shot at least 10 days prior to enrollment. Registration for classes (enrollment) takes place during orientation, so due to the state law, you will not be able to register for classes at orientation if your meningitis vaccination record is not on file with the university. In addition, your housing assignment for the fall will not be complete until we receive your meningitis vaccination record. For additional information, go to Bacterial Meningitis Information.

Printable Reservation Forms

Updated forms for Orientation 2015 will be available in December 2014.

If you do not wish to submit your reservation online, you may either print the online form or use the reservation card attached to the center of the Orientation booklet that you will receive in early February or as soon as you have been accepted to the university. Please mail the form, with payment, to the Orientation Programs office, PO Box 6074, SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3032. If you are experiencing difficulties with the Orientation reservation process, please call the Orientation Office at (936) 468-6641. Please make your check or money order payable to Stephen F. Austin State University.

New Student Orientation Printable Reservation Form

File size: 61.71 KB

Updated: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Transfer Orientation Printable Reservation Form

File size: 80.72 KB

Updated: Tuesday, December 10, 2013