This page includes all the most recent PowerPoint presentation files shown at Fast Track 2012, so you can review the information later. Please click the individual link to download the relevant file(s). The files are in PDF format.
This presentation covers EMU's General Education program, which provides students with a comprehensive educational experience and prepares them for study within their major. Why EMU has General Education requirements and tips on navigation General Education are provided.
This presentation provides an overview of how EMU prepares each student for graduation and success in their chosen career paths. Academic expectations, faculty, facilities and academic support resources are highlighted in the presentation.
This presentation provides an opportunity to learn about managing financial aid matters at EMU, including student accounts, paying the E-Bill, the financial aid award process, the Eagle OneCard, payment plans and receiving copies of the bill by becoming an authorized user on your student’s account.
This presentation provides information about life in EMU's first-year experience halls and the many exciting options tailored to the needs of your student. Learn more about why your student should live on campus, the different residence hall options, safety and security in the halls and the residential living-learning and themed housing options.
The Dining presentation covers the wide variety of excellent fresh food options and venues at EMU, including meal plan choses for both residential and commuter students. Learn more about dining locations, healthy eating options, meal plan memberships and requesting special meals for dietary needs.
This presentation will allow you the opportunity to learn more about the importance of student involvement in college life, as well as information on how to cope with potential challenges that your student may face while transitioning to college. Learn more about how you can manage your changing relationship and the campus resources available to help your student be successful.