Special Visit Programs

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Discover Wellesley this fall: First-hand experience, sudden revelations, alarmingly nice people

Because we're sort of mysterious. And because we attract people who think for themselves and do a lot of research before they make gigantic, life-altering decisions.

discover wellesley mornings
The morning program features campus tours, information sessions, and student panels.  If you're crazy about science, the morning of September 27 is especially for you.
8:45 am - 1:00 pm
Dates:  Saturday, September 27, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
(Columbus Day)
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Tentative schedule (below)
Travel directions
Registration will open in mid-August
DISCOVER WELLESLEY WEEKEND
This overnight program is just for seniors. It includes everything in the morning programs (see below), plus class visits, cultural events, and the surreal bonding experience that is a night in a Wellesley residence hall.
Noon - Noon
Sunday & Monday, October 19-20, 2014
Detailed information: Schedule, Directions, Parking, Check In, What to Pack, Hotels for Parents
Please note: In an effort to provide the most authentic Wellesley experience for seniors, we are unable to provide overnight accommodations or class visits for parents or other guests of student attendees.
Registration will open in mid-August

 

Schedule of Events for Discover Mornings
8:45 - 9:45 am Registration and student-led campus tours (also offered at noon) 
Saturday, September 27 Alumnae Hall Ballroom
Monday, October 13 Campus Center, Tishman Commons
Saturday, November 15 Campus Center, Tishman Commons
10 - 11:00 am A Glimpse of Wellesley: Q&A with current students and admission counselors
11 - noon Affording Wellesley
noon - 1:00 pm

Student-led campus tours

 

 

 

 

 

 

MORE VISIT OPPORTUNITIES
If the 2014 Discover Days don't fit your schedule, please visit us at another time to take a tour and attend an information session.

 

 

Can't visit us?
We'll come to you! 

Wellesley on the Road

 


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