Make the most of your time here.
Everyone wants to connect and have a great experience at college. But sometimes it's hard to get involved or know where to find the resources you need. Students are busy, and there's a lot going on. We create ways for you to get involved, get support, and graduate ready for what's next.
Classes and offices will be closed. Dining services will follow weekend hours, serving brunch from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. and dinner from 5-6 p.m.
Egtvedt 203 @ 1:00pm - 2:00pm on February 20th
As one of the leading scholars and creative minds in Afrofuturism and Black Futures, Walidah Imarisha will be discussing how science fiction and visionary fiction can be used for social change. Co-hosted by the Black Student Organization.
McGuire Auditorium @ 10:00am - 10:50am on February 21st
Rick McKinley is the author of Faith for this Moment: Navigating a polarized world as the people of God and This Beautiful Mess. He is the founding pastor of Imago Dei Community, a church creatively demonstrating the faithful presence and prophetic witness of Christ in their city.
Connect with Others
Find out how you can get involved on campus. Whether it's coming to all-campus events and watching a basketball game or starting a club and serving on Student Government, there are ways for every student to connect and contribute.
We don't do this alone. Whether you have academic questions or need to report a concern, we have ways to help you succeed at WPU.
Prepare for What's Next
How does your now fit into what's next? We want to help your graduation not be an end but a beginning. Whether it be talking with a coach about how your strengths and skills will help you choose a major or connecting to service, ministry, or an internship, we have options to help you take the next step.