Vist Summer 2010

On Campus Events

Open House

Learn how HWS prepares students for a life of consequence

Open Houses will run from approximately 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Prospective students and families will hear from student and faculty panels, go on a campus tour, and learn more about Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Interviews available upon request.

Admitted Student Days

Saturday, April 9
Saturday, April 16

Admitted students are encouraged to attend one of our Admitted Student Days where they will be introduced to Hobart and William Smith Colleges through the eyes of our recent alums and current students. Through this authentic approach, students gain a better understanding of what life at HWS is actually like. Mock classes, various panels, opportunities to meet with faculty and staff members, full campus tours, residence hall tours and arts tours will be available.

Junior Visit Days

Monday, February 15
Wednesday, March 23
Wednesday, March 30
Wednesday, April 20
Wednesday, April 27

Junior Visit Days are designed specifically for high school juniors and their families. Discover Hobart and William Smith through the eyes of our faculty and students. Learn about academic life, career services, the global experience, the HWS campus community and more.

Students are encouraged to bring a copy of their transcript, junior grades and/or co-curricular resume to be coached on how to make themselves more competitive in their senior year. With decades of experience in college admissions, our team will help juniors prepare for the college search and application process.



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We ask that students pre-register for Open House programs by calling HWS Admissions at 800-852-2256 or admissions@hws.edu.

 

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