Shanice Hardy will take part in the year-long program focused on leadership skills and enrollment management practices.
Brooke Peccie ’17 serves as assistant director of career and professional development.
Matt Phillips serves as an assistant athletic trainer.
Amanda Harlow serves as an administrative assistant in admissions.
Leslie Sparling serves as an admissions counselor.
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Adam Gross is the director of admissions operations.
With the final round of application decisions released on March 24, W&L’s newest class begins to take shape.
Department welcomes new members and announces several promotions
Brandyn Jordan has joined W&L Law in the newly created position of Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Affairs, Diversity Recruitment and Engagement.
Leonard Satterwhite recently won the John A. "Jack" Blackburn Award for Ethics in College Admission.
The students were selected from an original applicant pool of 6,621, which represents a 32 percent increase in applications over last year.
Julia Hernandez took a Spring Term class in Ghana and studied abroad in France and Morocco, proving that W&L is a gateway to opportunities all over the globe.
Washington and Lee University matches incoming students to halls and roommates by hand to create communities in which students can thrive.
Due to the lack of clarity around testing availability in the coming months, W&L will adopt a one-year test optional policy.
W&L’s admissions office is replacing in-person events canceled due to COVID-19 with personalized online outreach.
Washington and Lee University released regular admission decisions on Friday, March 22, bringing the total number of admitted students to 1,115 for the Class of 2023.
485 students have made commitments to join Washington and Lee University’s Class of 2022, which will arrive on campus in August. The students were selected from an original applicant pool of 5,855, which represents the second consecutive year of increased applications.
W&L joins a diverse set of institutions united in a shared goal of educating 50,000 additional high-achieving, lower-income students nationwide.
Over two weekends, our communications team talked with 86 of our incoming first-years, learning a bit about where they're from and why they chose to join the W&L community.
Three legendary campus figures with more than 105 years of service to Washington and Lee University will have parts of campus facilities named for them as they step down from their leadership positions.
Sally Stone Richmond, dean of admission at Occidental College in Los Angeles, has been named the next vice president for admissions and financial aid at Washington and Lee University.
In the final post our Why W&L Law blog series, Gabriella Alonso, a graduate of the University of Idaho from Meridian, ID, writes about the moment she knew W&L Law was the school for her.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. Chi Ewusi, a graduate of the University of Phoenix from Moorestown, NJ, writes about how the innovative curriculum and personalized approach won her over.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. Brent Phipps, a graduate of George Washington University from Washington, DC, explains how the W&L community made his choice an easy one.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. Next up is Rennie Laryea, a graduate of Agnes Scott College from Atlanta.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. Next up is Lizzy Williams, a graduate of Smith College from Austin, Texas.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. Dowin Coffy, a graduate of Andrews University from Miami, gives his top six reasons for coming to W&L.
We asked several of our 1L students to discuss their decision to attend W&L Law. For Clint Williams, a graduate of the University of Utah from Salt Lake, it was all about the visit.
When fall semester undergraduate classes begin Sept. 11, Washington and Lee University will enroll its most qualified first-year class, selected from a near-record number of applicants. And nearly half will receive direct financial aid from the university in the form of grant assistance.
New plan guarantees free tuition for admitted students with family income of $75,000 and below.
For the second year in a row, Early Decision I applications to Washington and Lee University reached a new high, increasing by 5 percent over 2011.
Roanoke Times features Washington and Lee senior associate dean of admissions Erin Hutchinson's quilting project for Hurricane Sandy.