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New Student Orientation

Welcome to Sterling College!

We are anxious to have you join us as a Warrior! These pages have all the information you need leading up to and including your first days on campus. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Student Life office.

Meal Plans

Students chose a meal plan by checking their desired plan on the Meal Plan Information section of online registration. No changes can be made to your meal plan for first semester after September 4, 2013. Students have 3 meal plan options:

Insurance Information

Health Insurance

Sterling College will not be offering a health insurance plan to students for the 2014-2015 school year.  Information about health insurance can be found at http://insureks.org/.

Housing

Click the images below to learn about the various dormitory options available to Sterling College students.

Douglas Women's Hall

Douglas Men and Women's Halls are the first new residence halls since 1963 and the first new buildings since 1996 when Mabee Library was completed. Each hall houses 48 students and are set up as suite-style living. Twelve rooms, each with their own private bath, surround a common living area. The two halls are reserved for upperclassmen; one houses men and one houses women. A separate apartment houses the resident director for the two halls.

Douglas Men's Hall

Douglas Men and Women's Halls are the first new residence halls since 1963 and the first new buildings since 1996 when Mabee Library was completed. Each hall houses 48 students and are set up as suite-style living. Twelve rooms, each with their own private bath, surround a common living area. The two halls are reserved for upperclassmen; one houses men and one houses women. A separate apartment houses the resident director for the two halls.

Saturday, August 9
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Saturday, August 9th 

Welcome from the Student Life Office

Dear New Students and Families,

We are delighted to welcome you to the Sterling College community. We are looking forward to getting to know you and having the opportunity to work with you over the next four years.

Parking & Map

If you plan on bringing a vehicle to campus, make sure to fill out the Vehicle Information section of online registration. Once we have this information, a parking permit will be issued (free of charge) to you. Place this sticker on your windshield on the lower passenger’s side corner right away to avoid getting a parking ticket. Replacement permits can be obtained from the Student Life office for a fee of $5.

What to Bring/Not Bring
What to Bring:
  • Linens, blankets, bedspreads, and pillows
    (extra- long twin)
  • Bath towels, hand towels, and washcloths
  • Curtains
  • Curtain rods (spring rods)
  • Area rugs or carpet
  • Throw pillows
  • Small couch, futon, or chair