What to Bring
Valid Photo ID
A valid photo ID includes US driver's license, state-issued ID card, passport or US military ID.
A great deal of information will be given during orientation, and although a notes sheet will be provided, students and parents are encouraged to bring additional note-taking items such as paper, pens and pencils with them.
Casual Clothing and Walking Shoes
South Texas weather can be highly unpredictable! During summer months, we experience hot, windy and rainy weather in Kingsville, so students and parents may want to pack cool clothing (T-shirts and shorts or jeans), an umbrella and comfortable walking shoes (tennis shoes, sandals or flip-flops) for campus tours. Although the weather will be warm, students and parents may also want to pack a sweatshirt, lightweight jacket or sweater, as the facilities used for presentations during orientation may seem chilly to some. Also bring exercise or athletic attire if you would like to work out in our student recreation center.
Students should bring money for any snacks they may want. The campus bookstore will also be open, so students and parents should also bring extra money if they plan to purchase souvenirs.
Now that you're officially a Javelina, your Javelina Pride is something you should never travel without! Make sure you bring it and a positive attitude with you to Transfer Thursdays because it'll go a long way to making your experience the best it can be! Not to mention, your Javelina Pride will be something you'll want to share with your fellow transfer students, parents, faculty and staff, and orientation leaders while you're here on campus!
Please make sure to bring all required and updated academic paperwork with you including:
- Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Records: Although you are required to submit your bacterial meningitis vaccination record prior to attending Transfer Thursdays, you are encouraged to bring a copy with you to your session.
- College/University Transcript(s): For proper advising during your session, you are required to bring your updated/official transcript(s) from all previous institutions you attended. Official transcript(s) must be presented in a sealed envelope to the Office of Admission.
Checks, Credit Cards or Cash
Orientation is a time for students to finalize any important matters if they choose to such as on-campus housing, meal plans and financial aid so that students will be fully prepared and care-free for the start of classes. Be sure to bring checks, credit cards, cash or any other preferred and acceptable form of payment to take care of deposits (ex: $150 housing deposit), tuition and fees, bills, etc.
This page was last updated on: February 19, 2013