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W.O.W. ACTIVITIES include:
**SPECIAL DEPOSITED STUDENT ACTIVITIES**Students who submit an enrollment deposit by 3/14/14 and are able to attend W.O.W., will be invited to campus on Friday, 3/28, and/or Saturday, 3/29, to accomplish:
Please join us forW.O.W. (Wilson On the Weekend)at Wilson CollegeMarch 28-29, 2014This special event includes information and fun and is designed for accepted students and their parents/guardians.This is a Wilson event like no other! We hope you can attend! Please "click" to register on-line
Below is a current list of students that will be attending W.O.W. 2014.
Due to residence hall renovations, overnight accommodations will not be available on-campus this year. Visiting families must make their own reservations at an area hotel/motel.
The Hampton Inn in Chambersburg is the official host hotel for W.O.W. 2014. They are offering a special rate of $85 plus tax for a standard double or king room for this Wilson College event. A block of rooms has been arranged and will be held until 3/14/14. Reservations may be made by calling (717) 261-9185 or via their website.
Click here for a link to the Hampton Inn website and use "WCS" when prompted for the special "Group Code".
Select Local Lodging/Accommodations for a full list of local accommodations.
**SPECIAL DEPOSITED STUDENT ACTIVITY**Students who submit an enrollment deposit by 3/14/14 and are able to attend W.O.W., will be invited to campus on Friday, 3/28, and/or Saturday, 3/29, to accomplish:
Academic Placement Testing
Before a deposited student may receive Academic Advising and make fall course selections, all students new to Wilson College must satisfy on-campus Academic Placement Testing in several subjects. These tests are computerized and take a maximum of three hours.
In order to make the most of the time a family spends on-campus, we have added these components to our W.O.W. event. Being sensitive to costs and time spent away from school and work, we offer three options to accomplish testing and advising while on campus in March:
Option 1 - Friday, 3/28/14
9 am -12 pm Placement Testing 1 pm - 5 pm * Academic Advising
*Individual advising appointments are 30 minutes in duration.
Option 2 - Friday & Saturday, 3/28 & 3/29
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Placement Testing (Friday, 3/28) 9 am - 12 pm * Academic Advising (Saturday, 3/29)
Option 3 - Saturday, 3/29/14
(This option ideal for local students)9 am -12 pm Placement Testing * Academic Advising by telephone or on-campus appointment at a later date.
Academic Advising and Fall Course Selection Academic Advising will be offered during W.O.W. for eligible deposited students. Please review document below to better prepare for this session.Click the arrow below to review the Academic Advising presentation.
Riding Skills Evaluations
Riding Skills tests will be scheduled for those W.O.W. student participants who intend to ride for academic credit and submit an enrollment deposit by 3/14/14. These skills tests will be administered on Friday, 3/28, and Saturday, 3/29.
Students must complete and return the Riding Background Questionnaire form (below) to the attention of Annette Huber or email@example.com by 3/14/14.
For questions regarding the content of the form, please contact the Director of Equestrian Studies, Ann O'Shallie or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Riding Background Information
Riding Background Questionnaire
Saturday, March 29, 2014
***Optional Saturday Activities***