Washington and Lee's Leading Edge program welcomed the Class of 2027 to campus with dynamic programs designed to build community.
Chrissy Van Assendelft serves as an ITS business analyst.
Kim Hodge serves as assistant dean of students.
The university’s first-year class represents 26 countries and 43 U.S. states.
Check in with head sherpas as they pack for Appalachian Adventure, one of W&L's Leading Edge pre-orientation programs for first-year students.
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This year a record number of more than 200 first-year students at Washington and Lee University are spending five days in one of two "Leading Edge" pre-orientation programs. Appalachian Adventures takes students backpacking on the Appalachian Trail. Volunteer Ventures is a service-learning program that educates students about the realities of poverty by living, learning and […]