Waynesburg University will host a Spring Overnight Visitation for high school students Sunday, March 29, through Monday, March 30. The visitation will give prospective students the opportunity to experience student life on campus while interacting with current University students.
Upon arriving to Waynesburg University, prospective students will be paired with a current student who will serve as an overnight host. Participants will experience life in academic programs, campus facilities, residence halls and student life.
On Monday, the prospective students are given the opportunity to attend classes according to their intended major or area of interest. In addition, the students’ families are invited back down to campus to attend an informational meeting regarding the admissions process and financial aid.
“Each of these experiences provides a student with insight about being a part of our campus community,” said Robin King, senior vice president of enrollment and university relations at Waynesburg University. “The Overnight Visitation is a first-hand snap-shot of being a Waynesburg University student.”
The Spring Overnight Visitation will host approximately 50 high school seniors. Space is limited and fills quickly.
For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at 800-225-7393.
Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor
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