Congratulations on your decision to attend Washington College! You’re a Shoreman!
This page is a great resource for enrolled students in the fall-2013 entering class. Here, you’ll find links to important information, upcoming dates, ways to connect with the College, and more. Explore!
June 1 - Housing payment and forms due
June 7 - Deadline to sign up for Summer Advising
June 14, 18, 21 - Summer Advising sessions
July 1 - Bill Due (or payment plan identified)
July 15 - Health Forms Due
August 22 - Move-in Day/Start of Orientation
August 26 - First Day of Classes
1. Learn more about your area(s) of study
2. Register for Campus Housing
All first-year students should plan to live on campus (unless you have a short commute or other circumstance).
3. Get in touch with your doctor
Your campus health form is due July 15 - and you need a signature from your doctor! Why not get this piece out of the way now?
Reminder that we also need to know about your insurance plans - you have to elect NOT to be on the WC insurance plan. Detailed instructions are on the Health Services page.
4. Connect with classmates on facebook
Where is everyone from? What majors is everyone studying? Get the scoop and more by joining the WC Class of 2017 facebook group
5. Learn about Summer Advising & Orientation
Save the date! June 14, 18, and 21 have been set aside for Summer Advising. You’ll meet your advisor, pick classes, set-up your WC email account, and more. Get the full scoop.
Our Top 3 Questions
When should I apply?
Early Decision applicants have an application deadline of November 15. Early Action applicants have a deadline of December 1, and Regular Admission applicants should apply by February 15. Admission decisions are issued bi-weekly from mid-October through the end of March.
Is an interview required?
Interviews are strongly recommended and, in some cased, specifically required. Qualified applicants who have interviewed may be given preference over qualified applicants who have not interviewed.
How many applicants are accepted?
Approximately 55 percent of all applicants are offered admission; approximately 20 percent of these students enroll. On average, our applicants apply to a total of eight colleges (including WC) and are admitted to six.