High school seniors and parents familiarize themselves with Western this month.
Western Wyoming Community College invites high school seniors and their families to visit Western’s campus, meet with faculty and learn about the College on March 20th from 9AM-2PM.
Senior day is designed to help high school students and their parents familiarize themselves with the school through an informative fair. They will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, tour the residence halls, speak with housing representatives, meet with financial aid representatives and compete for departmental scholarships. The competitions will include Art2D/3D, Computer Science, Exercise Science, Technology and Industry, Performing Arts, and more.
Students and parents will meet in the theatre for a Welcome Session before breaking out into groups to learn more about areas of study. There will be a parent session while students meet with the department they’re interested in to learn more about programs.
"Senior Day is an exciting event that allows high school seniors the opportunity to see what it is like to be a Mustang for a day. Students have a chance to win prizes, attend a college and student life fair, meet with faculty, staff, and students, and have the opportunity to earn scholarships in multiple academic areas," said Kurtis Wilkinson, Director of Admissions and Recruitment.
Western would like to remind students that scholarship applications are due by April 1st.
Persons seeking admission, employment or access to programs of Western Wyoming Community College shall be considered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political belief, handicap, or veteran status.