Nearly 500 students and family members took part in two new student orientation sessions at Bluefield State College this summer. The day-long orientation sessions, June 27 and August 8, were designed to welcome students and their families to BSC. The College's admissions office coordinated the event, which included sessions on advising, student support services, the counseling and advising center, job placement, financial aid, academics, library services, computer services, and campus activities. Students and their families were the guests of BSC during a cookout. BSC President Dr. Robert Moore met with parents, who also took a walking tour of the campus and participated in a program structured to answer their questions about the college experience.