Accepted Applicants Day Provides Prospective Students With Helpful Insights
Web Editor - Published: April 25, 2012
DEHBAcceptedLargeOn Saturday, April 21st, Widener Law’s Admissions Office hosted a special program on both campuses for individuals who have been offered admission to Widener Law.

On the Delaware campus, prospective students experienced a mock Evidence class with Associate Professor Jules Epstein, and then had the chance to eat lunch with and ask questions of current students and members of the faculty. In addition to Admissions staff, representatives from the Financial Aid Office, Institutes, the Registrar's Office, Housing, and Career Development were also on hand to answer questions. Following lunch, attendees also had a chance to take tours of the campus.

On the Harrisburg campus, accepted applicants had the opportunity to hear about the school from a panel of alumni, and they also enjoyed a brunch with faculty and current students. As in Delaware, visitors also had the opportunity to take a campus tour.