Offices & Services

Student Affairs

Student Affairs inspires intellectual and personal development, challenging students to be self-reflective citizen-leaders in a diverse and changing world.

 

  • The newest shell awaits launch from the new Hodson Boathouse.

    Hundreds turn out for the dedication of WC’s new Hodson Boathouse, which promises to be a game-changer for the College’s rowing and sailing teams, as well as a new community focal point on the Chester River.

  • Kimberly Quiogue Andrews has won the 2018 Akron Poetry Prize for her first full-length collection, A Brief History of Fruit.

    A pair of WC poets win two major national poetry awards with their first full-length collections. 

  • Caryn York will speak at the Goldstein Young Alumni Series on Oct. 8.
    As part of the Goldstein Young Alumni Series, Caryn York will speak on Oct. 8 on “The Fight for Economic Justice and the Black Middle Class.” 
  • As a rising senior, Rachel Brown ’16 was a student leader on a new-student orientation program aboard the Sultana.

    Landing a job at National Geographic even before she had graduated, Rachel Brown ’16 hit the ground learning and hasn’t slowed down yet.

  • SEA offered up lots of free dorm stuff during Move-In Market Day.

    At the Move-In Market held in Hodson Hall Commons, students find treasures for their dorm rooms among last year’s cast-offs.

  • Andrew Lawler will return to campus on Oct. 4 to discuss his new book "The Secret Token."

    Andrew Lawler, a former Hodson Trust-John Carter Brown Starr Center writing fellow, returns to WC on Oct. 4 to talk about his book The Secret Token, a new examination on the search for the lost colony of Roanoke.  

 

  • The Washington College Athletics family will provide each of our student-athletes with invaluable life lessons and a first-class athletic experience while offering our alumni a lifetime of personal engagement.
  • The Center for Career Development at Washington College is here to help you with all aspects of this process including self-assessment, career exploration, career experience and job search or graduate school planning.
  • College life can be one of excitement and self-discovery. At the same time, it can generate academic, emotional, personal, social, and even financial concerns. Although not uncommon, at times these concerns can make it difficult to succeed or function while at school. Counseling is an excellent way to address such concerns.
  • The College Student Health Services provides care for full-time students during the regular academic year.
  • The Office of Intercultural Affairs is committed to creating an inclusive environment essential for all students’ cultural development and academic success.
  • The Department of Public Safety is located on the lower level of Wicomico Residence House, but you’ll find our officers on every corner of campus.
  • Living on campus is an important part of the Washington College experience, giving you the opportunity to meet new people, experience new ideas and develop important study habits and life skills.
  • As part of the residential campus experience, the Office of Student Engagement works to connect students with opportunities to learn, become outstanding leaders, and of course, to have fun.
  • The Office of Prevention Education and Advocacy engages the Washington College Community in creating a respectful and healthy living-learning environment.