Brooks Complex Auditorium

Student Research Day 2017

     This special day is held annually to honor our students and faculty mentors in their pursuit of outstanding research, scholarship, and creative activities.  This event brings together our community in supportive recognition and understanding of the wide spectrum of research disciplines in which our students and faculty are involved as they pursue creative, academic, and scholarly achievements.  Each student presenter has worked with one or more faculty mentors in exercising their intellectual and creative abilities which have culminated in the research presented at this event.

Accepted Student Day

(Accepted Students Only)

Accepted Student Day 2017
Saturday, April 8

This is an annual event for accepted first-year students and their parents/guardians. We invite all accepted students to join us for a day of fun and friendship. This is an opportunity for you to get to know the campus as well as your future classmates. The event includes information sessions focusing on student life, academics, campus clubs and activities as well as a special parent reception with faculty.

Athletics Open House

Athletics Open House
Saturday, April 22, 2017


This event is for students who are considering NCAA Division III Athletics at Wilson College.

Tour our 300-acre campus and explore our on-campus facilities.

Event Schedule
  9:30 Check-in   Brooks Sci Cnt Lobby

(Admissions/Financial Aid)

Free FAFSA Financial Aid Sessions

Wilson will offer free sessions on how to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on Tuesday, Jan. 17, in Wilson’s Brooks Science Complex. The sessions will be held at 5:30 and 7 p.m. and are open to anyone who is interested.

Those attending must register for a session of their choice by calling Wilson’s financial aid office, which will provide instructions on what paperwork and documents to bring to the workshop. The office can be reached at 717-262-2016.

"Inequality and Class Power in America" by Michael Zweig

What accounts for the rapid rise of stark economic inequality in the United States?  Is it the natural working of our market economy?  The decline of skills and work ethic for many, while the few strive for education and cash in on creative imaginations?  Or is growing inequality the result of changes in the way power is distributed in our society?  Michael Zweig will explore these questions,

Fall Open House

Discover what it's like to be a Wilson Student...

Fall Open House

Saturday, November 5, 2016

With more than 40 fields of study you're sure to find something of interest. Visit campus, talk with students and faculty. Learn how a comprehensive Liberal Arts education will prepare you for a successful future. Attend to learn more about Wilson's offerings.

Veterinary Studies Focus Day

Take a Closer Look at Specialty Programs at Wilson College.

Veterinary Studies Focus Day
Saturday, November 19, 2016

This event is for students whose focus is animals, big and small: future veterinarians or vet techs who will learn about our majors in Animal Studies, Veterinary Medical Technology and our Pre-Veterinary Medicine program of studies.


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