2014 Admissions Visit Opportunities
Choosing a college can be an overwhelming process, and an important part of that process is touring college campuses. By visiting Wisconsin Lutheran College, you can explore the buildings, meet students, faculty, and staff, and experience what it really feels like to be a student here. See for yourself if WLC is the right fit. Questions? Call 414.443.8810 or email email@example.com.
PERSONAL CAMPUS VISIT
We invite you to come for a personal visit scheduled at your convenience. Personal visits can be arranged Monday-Friday during most weeks. Fill out the visit request form to schedule a time.
PRESIDENT'S WELCOME LUNCHEON
Saturday, March 22, 2014
*REGISTER NOW* A special event for admitted Fall 2014 freshmen.
SPRING INFORMATION DAY
Friday, May 2, 2014
Come experience the private-college difference at Wisconsin Lutheran College! Students and parents are welcome to visit WLC for Spring Information Day on Friday, May 2. Learn about WLC's strong academic and athletic programs, active campus life, and servant leadership focus. It's also the perfect time to observe first-hand the benefits of attending a small, Christian college in Milwaukee.
Spring Information Day begins with registration at 9:15 a.m., followed by an Academic Fair, where you can meet professors, ask questions about majors and classes, and find out where our students intern.
Next, attend presentations about Academics, Financial Aid/Affordability, and Student Life.
Following a campus tour, we'll present Admissions 101 - everything you need to know about getting into college.
The event concludes with an optional lunch in the Courtyard Café and an info session if you're interested in learning about Warriors Athletics. Download the complete schedule.
Wisconsin Lutheran College is a small, liberal arts college located just 15 minutes from downtown Milwaukee. With more than 1,100 students and 37 areas of study, WLC continues to grow. The college is committed to providing quality teaching, scholarship, and service that are rooted in Holy Scripture; promoting the spiritual growth of students, faculty, and staff; and preparing students for lives of Christian leadership.