Remote to On-Campus Transition Program

Transitioning to life on-campus after starting your first semester remote may make you feel out of the loop of what campus life can be.

Taking place during 'Cane Kickoff: Spring Orientation, the Remote to On-Campus Transition Program is designed to help undergraduate who started their time at the University of Miami remotely in the fall of 2020 and are transitioning to an in-person learning environment for spring 2021 find their footing in this new college experience.

Program Registration

Students who would like to participate in the Remote to On-Campus Transition program taking place January 20-24 need to register.

Register Here

What to Expect

For students living on campus:

  • On your assigned move-in day and time (January 19 or 20), arrive at the Watsco Center and temporarily park in the Yellow Lot.
  • Have your photo taken and receive your ’Cane Card. 
  • Check into your housing assignment.
  • Complete your mandatory COVID-19 testing.
  • Move into your residential college.

On Wednesday, January 20, after you have completed the steps above, go to the Student Center Complex – Lakeside Patio to check in for the Remote to On-Campus Transition Program.

For students living off campus:

  • On Wednesday, January 20 arrive at the Watsco Center and temporarily park in the Yellow Lot.
  • Have your photo taken and receive your ’Cane Card. 
  • Complete your Mandatory COVID-19 Testing.
  • After you have completed the steps above, go to the Student Center Complex – Lakeside Patio to check in for the Remote to On-Campus Transition program.

  • Download the Guidebook mobile app and become familiar with the Remote to On-Campus Transition Program track schedule.
  • Download the University of Miami app on your smart phone.
  • Familiarize yourself with the Coral Gables campus.
  • Read and understand all University guidelines. All students and family members will need to wear face coverings and engage in physical distancing including all outdoor and indoor spaces. Upon check in, students will be provided with a Safe Return Kit which includes a face covering, hand sanitizer, package of wipes, and a set of gloves. You are encouraged to bring additional supplies.

To view the full program shedule for the Remote to On-Campus Transition Program download the Guidebook mobile app. The Final schedule with links will be available by mid-January.

Once downloaded select the "Remote to On-Campus Transition Program" schedule track under "'Cane Kickoff Schedules" 

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