Seeing Western in person is a great way to get a feel for the campus, meet some of your instructors, get your questions answered, or get a close look at the technology you will use in your hands-on learning. You’ll also start to develop relationships with your admissions coach, a financial aid advisor, and other staff who will help you map out your path.
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Want to learn more about our programs? Register for one (or all!) of our spring virtual exploration sessions to learn more about our 100+ programs and what it's like to be a Western student. We'll answer any questions you have about Western and how we can help you achieve your goals.
Western campuses are closed to the public as a COVID-19 precaution, but we are still here for you! Individual campus tours are now available by appointment only. Request an in-person campus visit or schedule a virtual meeting with one of our admissions coaches.
General campus tours are available Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Please schedule your visit at least one week in advance.
General tours are not program specific. They include a 60- to 90-minute walking tour, encompassing several blocks and covering the following areas: Welcome Center, Residence Hall, Wellness Center, Learning Commons, Math Lab, Union Market, Student Development Office, Campus Shop, Library, Academic Computer Lab, and Assessment Center. Program Shadows can be scheduled to learn about specific programs.
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Program Shadows give prospective and incoming students an opportunity to explore programs of interest, learn about Western’s academic environment, and interact with college students and faculty. Western Program Shadows are available for most programs during fall and spring terms while classes are in session.
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To visit our Regional Locations in Black River Falls, Independence, Mauston, Tomah, or Viroqua, just contact those locations directly and arrange for a tour. You’ll get to see the lab spaces and classrooms, including our Interactive Distance Learning (IDL) classrooms. IDL classes originate at any of our seven campuses. Through television cameras and microphones, you are able to participate in live classes at more than one campus location.