This fall, Wells College will host two open house events for prospective students and families on Saturday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. Morning and afternoon sessions are available on both days.
Visitors will spend a fall day on our beautiful campus, enjoy a tour, get to know the Wells community through one-on-one connections with professors, coaches and current students—and learn what makes Wells a unique and truly personalized experience.
"Selecting the right college is one of the most important decisions a person can make," said Gerard Turbide, vice president of enrollment management. "Choosing Wells is making an investment in your future. I'm looking forward to introducing our visitors to the purposeful, transformative experience our students have in our vibrant, inclusive community. Simply put, Wells College is a campus you have to see to believe," he added.
This year, the admissions team is accepting applications for priority review—meaning that prospective students who apply by Oct. 22 (for the Oct. 26 open house) or Nov. 5 (for the Nov. 9 open house) will receive their admissions decision in person on the day of the event.
To learn more and sign up, please visit our website: wells.edu/admissions/fall-open-house.
Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. Wells, which recently celebrated its 150th anniversary, helps students gain the knowledge, skills and experience to build their confidence and create their own unique path in life.
With dozens of majors and minors available in the sciences, arts, humanities and preprofessional programs, Wells provides a purposeful curriculum and an immersive educational experience that is steeped in tradition. Students can also take advantage of 13 NCAA Division III athletic teams, 18 study-abroad programs; over 40 student-led organizations and clubs; and cross-registration agreements with Cornell University, Ithaca College and Cayuga Community College. Nearly 2/3 of tuition can be covered by merit-based scholarships, plus 125 endowed awards are offered to help with a Wells education investment.
Wells College has been recognized by both U.S. News & World Report and Forbes as one of the country's top liberal arts colleges, and by Princeton Review as one of best colleges in the Northeast. U.S. News also ranked Wells #14 for social mobility and #44 for campus diversity among all liberal arts college nationwide.