Recruitment and Community Outreach
Follow our @DiversifyWCUPA Twitter to learn about events and connect with our multicultural outreach and admissions staff. This fall we will begin a new twitter campaign, please use #wcutogether when posting about your experiences at West Chester University.
Some students may also qualify to become a Multicultural Recruitment Ambassador for the university. The Multicultural Recruitment Ambassadors are a sub-group of the student organized University Ambassadors. These students are dedicated to fostering diversity at West Chester University’s campus. In addition to giving daily tours to prospective students and participating in different admissions events, these students also volunteer their time contributing to multicultural focused events, such as the annual Check Us Out Day and Shadow Day for juniors in high school. Visit University Ambassadors for more information on this elite group of students!
Fall Visit Opportunities
Check Us Out Day will be held on Tuesday, October 14, 2014.
Check Us Out Day is for multicultural high school seniors. It is a day devoted to learning more about campus resources, academic programs, interacting with current students and also the ability to speak to the Office of Admissions staff about the application process.
If you are interested in participating in Check Us Out Day, RSVP via: www.wcupa.edu/checkusoutday
Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
The Office of Multicultural Affairs' mission is to help provide and maintain a supportive environment that promotes the academic achievement and personal development of more than 1,800 African-American, Latino/a, Asian-American, and Native American Indian students at the University. Learn more about the Multicultural Center in Sykes Student Union, the Mentoring Program, and other student events and resources available at WCU.
Center for International Programs
West Chester University is committed to creating a welcoming and challenging academic environment for international students, with current representation from over 50 countries across the globe. In addition to providing more than 80 undergraduate majors to choose from, WCU is also proud to offer special programming for students to assist with integration and adjustment into the academic, cultural and social life of the University. International students can also receive assistance with employment authorization to include Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and Optional Practical Training (OPT). Learn more about the admissions process for international students through Undergraduate Admissions, as well as visa information and available international student support services from the Center for International Programs.