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Trust the advice of current students: EWU's campus is so much more than 300 acres of historic buildings, modern facilities and famous red turf. Besides, visits and events are the best way to find the right school for you.
610 F Street
Cheney, WA 99004
- Directions to EWU's Visitor Center
- EWU's Campus Map (Links to a page where you can download PDF and JPG maps)
- Campus Parking Services (Free parking passes are available from the Visitor Center for students taking campus tours)
- Lodging and Hotels (Be sure to ask about Eastern-only hotel rates)
Take a Campus Tour
Campus tours are available Monday through Friday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Call the Visitor Center at 509.359.6555 or email us at email@example.com to reserve your spot. Don't worry if you can't schedule your tour ahead of time. Tours happen every weekday, and you're welcome to join us for any tour if we have availability!
Visit the campus tour webpage for more information including holiday tour schedules and information about Saturday tours.
Dates Closed (No Tours)
Nov. 26-30: Thanksgiving
Dec. 20-January 4: EWU Winter Break
Audience: Students and families who want to learn more about Eastern
Locations: Tacoma, Bellevue, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Yakima, Spokane
November 13, 2014: Yakima (RSVP)
November 19, 2014: Spokane (RSVP)
We're coming to your neighborhood! You'll meet with a current student, an EWU alumna or alumnus and an admissions representative who will share information about campus life, academics and the admissions process. You'll have specific time set aside for your questions and answers. Our goal is to make sure all your questions have been answered ... at least until you think of more!
Audience: High school juniors and seniors. Families are welcome for sessions on the second day.
Location: On-campus at EWU
December 7-8, 2014 (RSVP)
April 20, 2015
May 3, 2015
Eagle Preview is your opportunity to experience life as an Eagle! Beginning Sunday evening, you'll eat in a popular EWU dining facility, spend time in the University Recreation Center, and end the night with a stay in one of EWU's seven residential halls. You'll also have a chance to do all of the following:
- Take a campus tour led by current EWU students
- Learn about the EWU's academic programs
- Take part in academic sessions led by faculty members
- Learn about student services on campus
- Find out about the many ways to get involved at the university
- Speak with admissions counselors, financial aid officers, and housing representatives
Monday includes special activities for interested parents.
The cost for each student is $40 which includes lodging, three meals, and access to the University Recreation Center (URC). The parent track cost is $15 which includes light refreshments and lunch accommodations. EWU can only host 25 high school juniors and seniors, so be sure to sign up early!
After you RSVP online, you will receive an information packet with forms that need to be filled out and returned. Once your packet is received, you will be officially confirmed for the event.
Audience: Community college students interested in transferring to EWU
Locations: CBC, WWCC, NIC, SFCC, SCC
December 2, 2014: Columbia Basin College
December 3, 2014: Walla Walla Community College
December 10, 2014: North Idaho College
January 13, 2015: Spokane Falls Community College
January 14, 2015: Spokane Community College
Eastern@ events help you learn about the application process and deadlines, how your credits may transfer, and how a DTA can work for you.
- Meet with an EWU Admissions counselor
- Get a sense of how to transfer your credits
- Learn how to plan your classes to make the most of EWU's transfer agreements with your college
Admitted Student Day
Audience: Future students and their families
Location: On-campus at EWU
Date: April 11, 2015 Admitted Student Day is a spirited Saturday event designed for students preparing to make their final college decision as well as for students just starting their college search. Nearly 1,000 students and family members attended last year, so be sure to save the date. The day begins with check in and features sessions with financial aid, admissions, student life, dining services and much more. You'll also have the chance to meet with representatives from the academic programs that interest you.
Schedule School Group Visits
Are you a counselor or teacher? We can customize your special class or school group visit to provide the depth and breadth of information your group needs.
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