Campus Sneak Peek Events
We look forward to helping you get started on your college degree at UW-Washington County! Join us for an upcoming session to learn more about: admissions process, financial aid and scholarships, current student viewpoints, guaranteed transfer program, collaborative degree programs, and take a campus tour.
Please complete our Campus Interest Form, or register to attend a Campus Sneak Peek (see dates below). You can also arrange a personal visit (see information below).
Choose a Campus Sneak Peek & Register Online:
- Wednesday, Sept. 16, 4:30pm-6:30pm - Register for 9/16/15 Campus Sneak Peek
- Friday, October 30, 1:30pm-3:30pm - Register for 10/30/15 Campus Sneak Peek
- Wednesday, Dec. 16, 4:30pm-6:30pm - Register for 12/16/15 Campus Sneak Peek
- Monday, February 15, 1:30pm-3:30pm - Register for 2/15/16 Campus Sneak Peek
- Wednesday, March 23, 4:30pm-6:30pm - Register for 3/23/16 Campus Sneak Peek
- Wednesday, May 4, 4:30pm-6:30pm - Register for 5/4/16 Campus Sneak Peek
Arranging a Campus Visit
It is easy to schedule a campus visit and tour of UW-Washington County. You can join us at one of our Campus Sneak Peek events or schedule a private visit/tour. If you'd like a private tour of the campus, call Angela at 262-335-5204 or email email@example.com
Campus Sneak Peek is for high school students and their parents. It features campus tours as well as important information. Choose from the dates listed above. These informational sessions include a tour of our facilities, an opportunity to meet faculty and staff, learn about sports and activities, hear from a student panel, get information about financial aid and learn about admissions. Parents are also welcome to attend. Reservations are needed.
For adult non-traditional age students (over the age of 22): Get started by scheduling a meeting with Chris Roland in Student Affairs. Contact Chris at 262-335-5212 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't worry about "fitting in" – approximately 25% of our students are non-traditional age, and they are an integral part of our campus life. Their life experiences stimulate classroom discussions and their motivation and determination can be an inspiration to younger students.