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Presidents' Day Open House

Monday, February 16, 2015

 

Presidents' Day Open House

Check-in:

Durst Welcome Center
115 Tressel Street
Berea, OH 44017

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This is the perfect visit experience for juniors, seniors, accepted students, and your families! Join us for our Presidents' Day Open House on Monday, February 16, 2015 from 9:00am-1:00pm. This is your opportunity to learn about the admission process (or, if you've already been accepted to BW, find out what's next), understand your scholarship and financial aid options, meet current students and faculty, tour our beautiful snow-covered campus, experience the BW classroom, and enjoy lunch on us!

If you’re a senior and haven’t applied to BW, now is your chance! Bring your transcript, essay, and recommendation letter with you, fill out a free application on the spot, and receive your admission decision before you go home!

Already accepted? Think about coming to the accepted student overnight, which is in conjunction with the Presidents' Day Open House. Come to campus on Sunday, February 16 for an overnight experience that will help you make your final college decision! We’ll pair you up with one of our current students, treat you to dinner in our student union, and show you what our students do for fun! The next morning, after you’ve stayed overnight in one of our residence halls, we’ll invite you to join us at our Presidents’ Day Open House.

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