First Year Orientation

girls

"[FROSH Night] was an opportunity to experience the residence halls before moving in. It made scheduling classes less stressful and meeting people made the experience memorable."

Aquatic Center

"Attending FROSH Night at the Aquatic Center gave me the opportunity to meet other students. The Aquatic Center is AMAZING!"

salsa

"I love dancing so salsa was so much fun, and I also made some really good friends."

rock clmbing

"The ropes course was fun and [a great] time for bonding. Advising [was clarified for] me. Meeting new people is always fun."

F.R.O.S.H. Night

F.R.O.S.H. Night stands for "First Year Rockin' Out Shindig Hoopla" Night which is offered during First Year Orientation. During F.R.O.S.H. Night, students stay in the residence halls with other first year students and the orientation leaders. This is a fun activity for all students—even students who plan to commute to Sac State. (Please note that this program is for students only—there are no on-campus accommodations for parents/guests).

Attending F.R.O.S.H. Night is optional and costs $51 in addition to the First Year Orientation fee. The F.R.O.S.H. Night fee supports: room accomodations (including linens/towels/pillow), dinner, evening activities, staffing, late-night snacks, and t-shirt. Come spend the night with us at Orientation!

TOP 3 reasons students attended F.R.O.S.H. Night last summer:

  1. Meet other new students before school starts!
  2. Experience AMAZING campus programs. Have you ever climbed a ropes course, tried salsa dancing, or Kayaked?
  3. Get extra help planning their schedule for fall. Orientation leaders are available at F.R.O.S.H. Night to help students plan their schedule, which makes the second day of Orientation (and registration) go much more smoothly.

Check out our videos and see what exiting things we have planned for you this summer:

Session B (June 30-July 1): Aquatic Center

Take a bus ride from campus to our nationally recognized Aquatic Center. Enjoy kayaks, waterbikes and tons of water activities on beautiful Lake Natoma (about 15 miles from campus). Finish your evening with a lakeside catered dinner at sunset. Make sure to bring water shoes (but not flip flops) that can get wet. At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session C (July 6-7): Amazing Race

Inspired by the television show, you’ll be part of teams that will race around the Sac State campus while competing in a variety of challenges. When the race concludes, you’ll have time to enjoy the pool, hang out with other new students and get help planning your schedule.   

Session D (July 8-9): Salsa Night

This F.R.O.S.H. Night event continues to be one of the most popular activities during Orientation. Come experience the fun of learning how to salsa and make some great friends in the process. Salsa Loco is one of the biggest clubs on campus – after this F.R.O.S.H. Night, you’ll be ready to join in the fall!  After the dance lessons, you’ll have time to hang out at the pool, play games with other students and get some help planning your fall schedule.

Session E (July 10-11): Aquatic Center

Take a bus ride from campus to our nationally recognized Aquatic Center. Enjoy kayaks, waterbikes and tons of water activities on beautiful Lake Natoma (about 15 miles from campus). Finish your evening with a lakeside catered dinner at sunset. Make sure to bring water shoes (but not flip flops) that can get wet. At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session F (July 14-15): Amazing Race

Inspired by the television show, you’ll be part of teams that will race around the Sac State campus while competing in a variety of challenges. When the race concludes, you’ll have time to enjoy the pool, hang out with other new students and get help planning your schedule.   

Session G (July 16-17): Peak Adventures Challenge Center

Learn about yourself and how to work as a team on our campus ropes course! Challenge yourself on our rock wall, 10-meter dive or 3-foot Giant's ladder! You will finish the night with a sense of self-accomplishment and a better understanding of how difficult challenges can be overcome through teamwork. Click here for more info on Peak Adventures. Closed-toe shoes must be worn while participating in this event. At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session H (July 20-21): F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL

Want to get a sneak-peak at all the fun you will have at The WELL during your time at Sac State? F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL will include a range of activities such as team building, organized games, and informal recreation opportunities! At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session I (July 22-23): Salsa Night

This F.R.O.S.H. Night event continues to be one of the most popular activities during Orientation. Come experience the fun of learning how to salsa and make some great friends in the process.    Salsa Loco is one of the biggest clubs on campus – after this F.R.O.S.H. Night, you’ll be ready to join in the fall!  After the dance lessons, you’ll have time to hang out at the pool, play games with other students and get some help planning your fall schedule.

Session J (July 24-25): F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL

Want to get a sneak-peak at all the fun you will have at The WELL during your time at Sac State? F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL will include a range of activities such as team building, organized games, and informal recreation opportunities! At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session K (July 28-29): Peak Adventures Challenge Center

Learn about yourself and how to work as a team on our campus ropes course! Challenge yourself on our rock wall, 10-meter dive or 3-foot Giant's ladder! You will finish the night with a sense of self-accomplishment and a better understanding of how difficult challenges can be overcome through teamwork. Click here for more info on Peak Adventures. Closed-toe shoes must be worn while participating in this event. At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session L (July 30-31): F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL

 Want to get a sneak-peak at all the fun you will have at The WELL during your time at Sac State? F.R.O.S.H. Night at The WELL will include a range of activities such as team building, organized games, and informal recreation opportunities! At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Session M (August 3-4): Peak Adventures Challenge Center

Learn about yourself and how to work as a team on our campus ropes course! Challenge yourself on our rock wall, 10-meter dive or 3-foot Giant's ladder! You will finish the night with a sense of self-accomplishment and a better understanding of how difficult challenges can be overcome through teamwork. Click here for more info on Peak Adventures. Closed-toe shoes must be worn while participating in this event. At the conclusion of the evening's activities, there will be plenty of time to hang out with your new friends, chill out at the pool, and get some help planning your first semester's schedule.

Please Note***
Space is limited for F.R.O.S.H. Night! Reservations will be granted on a first-come first-served basis, so register soon. For safety reasons, students are not permitted to leave the campus grounds during the overnight program. But why would they want to with all the fun opportunities available?