Late Night Shenanigans, SURC Theatre • 7 pm
Curious about what happens when the lights go down in the 'burg? Interact with a scenario based adventure, where your decisions can make a difference!
ABLE To See Beyond Barriers, Quigley Lounge • 8 pm
This panel is designed to bring to light, for first year students, the reality of some disabilities in college life and in everyday society. Topics will include a variety of disabilities and some accommodations that may go along with them. We will talk about and challenge common stereotypes and discuss some appropriate ways to address disabilities in a respectful and inclusive manner. The discussion panel may be comprised of a mix of students, faculty and staff members with both visible and invisible disabilities. Information will be available for those who want other on-campus resources.
Congratulations to Marion Andrin, IT Specialist for receiving the CWU Employee of the Month presenteNew Residence Life And New Student Programs Staff Member
Joining the Residence Life and New Student Programs staff, we welcome Anna Cairns as our main adminiSaturday, April 12 Phase I Orientation: Wildcat Day
We welcome Fall 2014 all incoming accepted first year and transfer students along with their parentsJenna Hyatt Co-Authors Book Series
Jenna Hyatt, Director of Residence Life and New Student Programs co-authored a six book series for tResidence Hall Candidates Chosen
Six Residence Hall Candidates have been identified to come to campus for interviews in April for theResidence Hall Coordinator Moves On
Becky Richards, Residence Hall Coordinator has been accepted at Western Illinois University into the