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June Registrar’s Office Spotlight

Summer has arrived!  Check out our summer website for all the courses and campus services available this summer. Here are the upcoming dates to remember: May 27-June 19: Incoming Freshman Registration (by phone appt.) June 9: Summer session B begins … Continue reading

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Financial Aid Office Highlights – April 2014

The Financial Aid Office is busy finishing up new freshman awards and has begun the process of awarding continuing students their financial aid awards for 2014-15.  The majority of these returning student awards will be processed during the month on … Continue reading

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April’s adjustments for first year students

Many first-year students experience the following during the month of April: Concern over declaring a major Feeling “burned out” Spring fever Concern about finding summer employment Tip: find time to Facetime or Skype with your student, just to say hi. … Continue reading

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Commencement information for parents of the class of ’14

by Mark Baker, Associate Registrar Graduation is just around the corner!  Below are some helpful links that will answer some questions you might have and give you a bit of information about Commencement Weekend. Commencement Quick Facts Communion and Commissioning Service … Continue reading

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Campus housing lottery is just around the corner

Each returning student wishing to live on campus the following year must participate in the Whitworth Housing Lottery, which takes place each April. This process is designed to give priority to students who have a higher class standing and therefore … Continue reading

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