Final round of Bearcat Days this week

by University Communications,

Help Admissions welcome admitted students and their families to campus Thursday and Friday.

After two successful admitted-student events in the past month, the final Bearcat Days is April 13–14. Please join us in giving our visitors a warm Willamette welcome!

Faculty and staff are asked to find alternative methods of transportation to and from work April 13–14 to allow additional space for visitors to park. Campus Safety is willing to provide rides to those who park in the softball parking lot off of 14th St. We appreciate your understanding if parking is tighter and lines in the Bistro and Goudy are a bit longer than usual. Your graciousness is, as always, greatly appreciated.

Regarding food service on Bearcat Days, please note:

  • Chef Hopeton will prepare a special meal on the patio outside of Goudy Commons, weather permitting, or inside Goudy on Thursday and Friday.
  • The Montag Store will open at 11 a.m. Friday with grab-and-go selections, beverages and snacks.
  • Goudy Commons will be open Friday for lunch at 10:30 a.m. and will offer more efficient services at each station to move our guests through the cafe at a faster pace.
  • Kaneko Café is always a great option and will feature katsu on Friday.

For more information about Bearcat Days, see the student and parent schedules.

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