Why Whitworth Days
"Why Whitworth?" isn't just a rhetorical question. We really do want you to discover anything and everything that will help you learn why Whitworth could be a great school for you. Why Whitworth is a program for prospective students and their families that takes place on select dates during the fall and spring semesters. Your day will begin at 9:45 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. (or thereabouts) and will feature the following activities:
- Campus tour
- Admissions presentation
- Mock lecture by Whitworth professor
- Student panel
- Lunch (student meals are on us)
- A total of one guest is welcome to join you for the entire program. While students are in a mock lecture, guests are invited to attend a parent seminar.
IMPORTANT: Washington State Governor Jay Inslee issued a new travel advisory stating that persons arriving to Washington from other states or countries should practice self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival in the state of Washington. Because of this, we are only able to accommodate Washington state residents until further notice. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Spring 2021 Why Whitworth Event Registration
- April 2021 events open Feb. 15, 2021
As you prepare for your Why Whitworth Day, please note the following:
Whitworth is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for visitors, students, faculty and staff. We all have a responsibility to protect ourselves and others to limit the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, we ask campus visitors to adhere to the following requirements:
- Bring and wear a face covering (over your nose and mouth) at all times, including during the campus tour.
- Maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet between yourself and other people.
- Avoid visiting campus if you:
- Are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms that are not caused by another health condition (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc)
- Are a member of a high-risk population (those over age 65, with moderate to severe asthma, with chronic lung, heart and/or liver disease, with diabetes, with immunocompromised conditions, or with chronic kidney issues who are doing dialysis treatments)
- Have had close contact to someone that has tested positive for COVID-19 14 days prior to your visit
- Have had COVID-19 symptoms that are not caused by another health condition in the last 10 days
- Have had a COVID-19 test in the last 10 days
- Notify Whitworth if you have or are being tested for COVID within 14 days after visiting campus.
- Download the LiveSafe App and complete the daily health check 2 hours prior to arrival to campus. Be prepared to show your results upon arrival to campus.
- Participate in a symptom screening upon arrival to campus and have your temperature taken. Please note: If anyone in your party does not pass the symptom screening or shows a high temperature, everyone will be asked to leave campus and reschedule the visit.
- Leave campus immediately if you begin to feel ill during any part of your visit.
For more information about Whitworth's coronavirus response, please visit WhitworthFLEX.