The recommendations of the National University of Singapore (NUS) Orientation Review Committee include:
- A freshman orientation framework set by The Office of the Provost to act as a guide for organisers. The framework will work on fostering a "sense of belonging and pride for NUS" and ensure that freshmen are "welcomed, assured and supported".
- There will be an annual customised training programme for student leaders and staff advisers, which will include crisis management and sensitivity to "at risk or vulnerable students".
- There will be a stringent selection process of student leaders and staff advisers. Potential student leaders will undergo a detailed assessment by a selection panel.
- It will test their responses to various scenarios to gauge "their values and moral compasses". Staff advisers will be appointed based on their abilities to serve as role models, to develop students and to set the bar for student leaders.
- There will be additional checks and safeguards. Every camp will have a student leader acting as a "safety officer" to look out for inappropriate behaviour. Staff advisers will also give a mandatory briefing at the start of a camp and make random visits during orientation activities.
- There will be additional platforms, such as workshops, for "greater awareness, sensitivity and respect".