The Washington College Bookstore is the one stop shop for all of text book and WAC gear needs. We can answer all of your textbook questions, while making sure you and your family are dressed in your WAC best.
The Barbara and George Cromwell Center for Teaching and Learning supports a culture of sharing expertise, experiences, and best practices to support the mission of the Washington College and to meet the needs of our students.
The Office of English Language Learning supports English-language learning students throughout their academic careers. It also facilitates their adaption to the American educational system and strives to alleviate cross-cultural misunderstandings that occur between students and faculty.
Student Affairs ensures a lively, challenging, and supportive out-of-class experience for Washington College students that complements their academic work. The main office is located on the second floor of the Casey Academic Center and is open M-F 8:30-4:30.
We help you get here! Located in the Casey Academic Center, we’re here to help you navigate the college admissions process. Visit with your admissions counselor, take a tour of campus, attend an info session and more. We’re here Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and on select Saturdays.
The Center for Environment & Society at Washington College supports interdisciplinary research and education, exemplary stewardship of natural and cultural resources, and the integration of ecological and social values.
The mission of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is to enhance institutional effectiveness by providing information that supports and strengthens decision-making and planning processes at Washington College. The central objectives of the Office are to provide systematic, objective, timely, and accurate research in support of the College’s goals, planning, and decision-making.
The Office of Student Engagement contributes to the holistic education of Washington College students by providing co-curricular opportunities focused on enhancing personal, educational, leadership, and social development.
Administers the college’s study abroad programs, provides programming and services to international students that are specific to their international status, advises faculty on overseas activities, and develops initiatives to further internationalize the campus.
The SGA is the student voice on campus! We represent students and provide a variety of services to the community. Contact us at SGA@washcoll.edu.
Entering the US
You may enter the US no more than 30 days prior to the program start date on your DS2019.
When passing through immigration, you will be asked for your passport with I-94 card (the card you receive on the airplane) and your DS2019.
If you are traveling prior to your initial entry and are planning to apply for a visa during your travels, please be aware that you can only apply for a visa in the country of which you are a citizen.
Traveling During Your Stay
You may need a visa if traveling outside of the United States. You can find this information on embassy websites.
Check to make sure your passport is valid
Check to make sure your J-1 visa is valid
Get the signature of the Responsible Officer on your DS2019 prior to travel outside the US
If you have been registered in NSEERS, please ask the International Student Advisor about “Check-out Procedures.”
Departing the US
Check to make sure your passport is valid.
After completion of your program, you have a 30-day grace period during which you may remain in the US. This 30 day grace period begins on the day following the program end date on your DS2019. You should not leave the US and then try to re-enter the US during that 30 day grace period.
If you have been registered in NSEERS, please ask your International Student Advisor about “Check-out Procedures.”