Washington College students and Gus the Goose are ready for the Admitted Students Day Open House

Upcoming Events

Admissions Events are the perfect opportunity to get to know our campus on a day made just for you. See our beautiful campus, get one-on-one time with faculty and staff from multiple majors and offices, and find out more about what makes Washington College great.

On Campus Events

Saturday, October 9 & 23

Get a first-hand look at a Washington College education with an engaging information session presented by an admissions counselor and professor, then explore campus with a tour hosted by a current student. Don't forget to experience all that Chestertown has to offer downtown before you leave!

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Saturday, November 13

FALL for Washington College during our November Open House!

Open Houses are the perfect introduction to WC. Take a big picture look at our location, student life, academics, everything! If you want to get a feel on where to apply to college and truly experience campus life before making your decision, an Open House is your next step. At our November Open House you can:

  • Explore our Academic & Student Experience Fair as you meet the faculty and staff who will support you throughout your time at WC. They are eager to share their passions and get to know what interests you!
  • Chat with current students and hear about their WC experiences during the student panel, and imagine yourself as a member of Goose Nation as you tour our beautiful campus!
  • Meet the Admissions Team—your #1 resource throughout your college search.
  • Personalize your visit by exploring one of our three Signature Centers or our waterfront campus!

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sample open house schedule

Virtual Events

Tuesday, November 9 (7 PM)

The Starr Center explores the American experience in all its diversity and complexity, seeks creative approaches to illuminating the past, and inspires thoughtful conversation informed by history, while offering college students dynamic opportunities for hands-on learning and off-campus experiences unequaled at other small liberal arts schools. 

Join us to learn about the innovative public history projects, scholarships and internships, and partnerships with some of America’s leading cultural institutions.

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Tuesday, November 16 (7 PM)

The Office of Intercultural Affairs is committed to creating an inclusive environment that is essential for all students’ cultural development and academic success. We envision a community in which all people feel valued and find worth in their authentic selves. Located in Minta Martin Hall, the Office of Intercultural Affairs provides a wide variety of student services, resources, and cultural programs. 

Join us to learn about the program offerings!

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Miss a virtual event?

Check out the video library for the recordings!

Video Library