West Chester University is dedicated to fostering and developing an inclusive and welcoming campus community. Students invested in the mission of diversity should consider volunteering with the Office of Admissions and become a Multicultural Recruitment Ambassador (MRA) .These students give daily tours to prospective student and participate in different admissions events. The Office of Admissions hosts multicultural events throughout the academic year for both prospective and admitted students, such as, the annual Check Us Out Day, Discover WCU and Shadow Day for high school juniors. This page will be updated regularly to reflect our upcoming events.
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Discover WCU (Transfer)
The event will provide students the opportunity to tour our campus, inquire about student life, financial aid, transfer of credits, and housing. You will also have the opportunity to speak with the Office of Admissions regarding the transfer admissions process, or discuss your current application status if you have already applied.
High School: Central Dauphin East High
Student Involvement: 2015 Orientation Leader, Tyson Hall Desk Assistant, Vice President of Homecoming Committee, University Ambassador Tour Guide, and Multicultural Recruitment Ambassador.
Why I chose WCU: When I visited the campus for the first time I felt a level of comfort that I had not experienced at any of the other universities I had visited. I was able to easily visualize myself spending the next four years of my life here. Also financially, WCU was definitely the smartest choice for my family and me.
Advice: A lot of students' first time experiencing a campus is after they have been accepted. Visit the schools that you are interested in to see if the campus environment is compatible with what you are looking for. It's important to get a feel of the university or college that you will be attending prior to making any further decisions.
Fun fact: When I was 10 years old, I performed at one of the Walt Disney theme parks.