Willamette to welcome Bearcat Days visitors

by University Communications,

CAMPUS ANNOUNCEMENT

Please join us in welcoming approximately 500 guests to campus in the coming weeks for Bearcat Days. This on-campus visit program for admitted students and their families will take place March 15–16, April 5–6 and 12–13.

Bearcat Days are designed to provide admitted students an experience of life at Willamette. Admitted students will visit classes, stay overnight in residence halls, tour campus and attend sessions about student activities and academics.

Every element of students’ visits — from discussions witnessed in classes and interactions at the Bistro to passersby providing directions — can impact their decisions on whether to enroll at Willamette.

To allow additional space for visitors to park during Bearcat Days, we encourage faculty and staff use the softball parking lot off 14th St. or alternative methods of transportation. We appreciate your understanding if parking is tighter and lines in Goudy and the Bistro are longer than usual. Your graciousness is, as always, much appreciated.

Let’s give our visitors a warm Willamette welcome!

For more information, see the Bearcat Days schedule for visiting students and family members.

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