of William Woods University Wednesday, and classes will begin Monday (Aug. 27).
Munns said. “It is my favorite day of the year by far. It is a day when
our team sees the results of their work as they watch students begin a new
chapter in their lives.”
to their families; but the excitement of move in is contagious and I love
it! We are thrilled to welcome each and every one of these students to
campus this week, and we look forward to watching them grow as individuals
throughout the year.”
welcome barbeque for students and their families highlighted the first of the
five-day event meant to acclimate freshmen and new students to WWU. This year 43 percent of the new students are
from out of state, and 26 percent of the new students are transfers.
social, a campus scavenger hunt and fraternity/sorority recruitment, the
orientation is expected to be both educational and fun.
residential life, multicultural affairs, career services, student employment
and financial aid. Information on WWU’s unique LEAD (Leading, Educating,
Achieving and Developing) program of student involvement will also be provided.
Class of 2016 poses for a class photo.
presidents across the Senior Lake bridge as part of the Ivy Ceremony.
Woods University chaplain, addresses the new students at William Woods
University on the first day of orientation.
Ill., enjoys the family barbeque at the end of move-in day at William Woods
University. Left to right are: Brian,
Eileen, Shelby and Sydney, who is an incoming freshman.