Staying Overnight


New Student Orientation is much more than just one day of on-campus programming. The Triton Overnight Experience keeps you in the action and lets you experience life as a college student, before you even start classes!  Whether you live 3 hours away or right around the corner, the Triton Overnight Experience is a great way to meet new people, learn more about campus life from the orientation leaders and create lasting memories.

The Triton Overnight Experience provides students with overnight housing in Oak Hall Residence Hall and dinner with the Triton Orientation Leaders. After dinner you can hang out with your new friends, participate in fun games and activities or play basketball/sand volleyball with other new students and OLs.

Staying overnight, isn’t just about a place to sleep… 
it’s a Triton Experience you don’t want to miss!!!

2015 Dates and Registration

Students can register for an overnight stay after they register for their New Student Orientation Session. The fee for the Triton Overnight Experience (overnight housing, dinner, and evening activities) is $25.00. Students must register for the NSO session first and plan to attend the NSO sessions with the overnight experience. *All Triton Overnight Experience transactions are final and no reimbursements will be issued.

The Triton Overnight Experiences will host 30 students at each session below.

Monday, June 1, 2015
Monday, June 22, 2015
Click Here to Register for Triton Overnight Experience
Closed at this time; will open in February 2015; Students must also register for their NSO session online. 

Confirmation Packet & What to Bring

After you have registered online for your NSO date and Triton Overnight Experience, you will recieve a confirmation email to your UMSL email account. In addition, you will recieve a confirmation packet in the mail prior to your session.  For a quick glance, please CLICK HERE to preview the Confirmation Brochure.

Students will be staying overnight in Oak Hall Residence Hall. The residence hall rooms will provide a linen packet (which includes sheets, blanket, pillow, and bath towel) so students will only need to bring the following items:

  • A change of clothes
  • Personal Toiletries
  • Shower shoes
  • Alarm Clock
  • Work-out type clothing & closed-toe shoes (for evening activities)
  • Swimsuit and towl to try out the heated pool at Oak Hall

Please let us know if you have any questions prior to your NSO and Triton Overnight Experience session date. We look forward to meeting you this summer!