Waynesburg University will host its annual Fall Open House events Saturday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Nov. 18, for prospective students and their families.
“This event is for prospective Waynesburg students that could be sophomores, juniors or seniors in high school and is designed to give them an idea of what Waynesburg University is all about, from the application or admission process, to academics and to student life,” Robert Barnhart, director of Admissions, said.
A highlight of these events is that students and their families will be able to meet faculty members and learn more about their major during the academic fair.
The day will start at 9:30 a.m. in Roberts Chapel with registration. Once everyone is settled, the prospective students and their families will receive a welcome from Barnhart and Waynesburg University President Douglas G. Lee.
After that, the students will be free to explore campus, learn more about financial aid and discover more about what life is like on campus.
Students will eat lunch in the Benedum Dining Hall, then move on to the academic fair. Optional activities include a meeting with Sarah Feldberg, coordinator of Disability Services, a tour of the Department of Chemistry and Biology and a look at the eSports arena.
Registration is free and can be done online or by contacting Admissions at 800-225-7393.
Group Visit Options
For more information on the Spring Open House or other Group Visit opportunities available on campus, please follow the link below.