If you expect to transfer to CWU's Anthropology program you are strongly urged to visit the department during summer transfer orientation sessions or during your first week on campus. Frustration and lost time can be avoided by meeting with us early. It will be wise to bring a copy of your transcript and a copy of the evaluation prepared by transcript evaluators at CWU's Registrar's Office with you when you come to declare your major.
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For almost a decade, a slavery-era artifact known as “Ashley’s Sack” has intrigued historians