Waynesburg University will host a Mock Crime Scene Workshop event for prospective students Saturday, Nov. 11.
“The event gives prospective WU students the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning activities with our forensic science and criminal justice departments to gain helpful information about our programs,” Robert Barnhart, director of Admissions, said.
High school sophomores, juniors and seniors can experience a day of visiting stations around campus with different activities. During this time, they will be able to meet faculty members and learn about opportunities in the field.
Even if the prospective students are not considering criminal justice as a major, Barnhart said that the event acts as a way for them to see the campus and “experience our dedication to hands-on learning experiences.”
The day will end with a small closing ceremony in the Benedum Dining Hall. Registration for this event is now closed.