WC orientation for CMHS grad


Meeting the mascot, Quakerman, was a highlight of Wilmington College’s Summer Orientation Wednesday for Caitlin Miner, a Wilmington resident and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, who also is pictured flashing the “WC sign” with her admission representative, Steve Cukovecki. She, along with other new students and their parents, spent the day learning about everything from academic policies, procedures and support services to the student code of conduct and the financial aid/billing process. Also, specially focused sessions were held for prospective student-athletes, commuter students and those planning to reside on campus. The day’s orientation activities are designed to help students and parents navigate the college experience and for new students to hit the ground running when they arrive in August. Future Summer Orientation days for the rest of the entering class will be held in mid-July and early August.

Meeting the mascot, Quakerman, was a highlight of Wilmington College’s Summer Orientation Wednesday for Caitlin Miner, a Wilmington resident and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, who also is pictured flashing the “WC sign” with her admission representative, Steve Cukovecki. She, along with other new students and their parents, spent the day learning about everything from academic policies, procedures and support services to the student code of conduct and the financial aid/billing process. Also, specially focused sessions were held for prospective student-athletes, commuter students and those planning to reside on campus. The day’s orientation activities are designed to help students and parents navigate the college experience and for new students to hit the ground running when they arrive in August. Future Summer Orientation days for the rest of the entering class will be held in mid-July and early August.


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Meeting the mascot, Quakerman, was a highlight of Wilmington College’s Summer Orientation Wednesday for Caitlin Miner, a Wilmington resident and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, who also is pictured flashing the “WC sign” with her admission representative, Steve Cukovecki. She, along with other new students and their parents, spent the day learning about everything from academic policies, procedures and support services to the student code of conduct and the financial aid/billing process. Also, specially focused sessions were held for prospective student-athletes, commuter students and those planning to reside on campus. The day’s orientation activities are designed to help students and parents navigate the college experience and for new students to hit the ground running when they arrive in August. Future Summer Orientation days for the rest of the entering class will be held in mid-July and early August.

Meeting the mascot, Quakerman, was a highlight of Wilmington College’s Summer Orientation Wednesday for Caitlin Miner, a Wilmington resident and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, who also is pictured flashing the “WC sign” with her admission representative, Steve Cukovecki. She, along with other new students and their parents, spent the day learning about everything from academic policies, procedures and support services to the student code of conduct and the financial aid/billing process. Also, specially focused sessions were held for prospective student-athletes, commuter students and those planning to reside on campus. The day’s orientation activities are designed to help students and parents navigate the college experience and for new students to hit the ground running when they arrive in August. Future Summer Orientation days for the rest of the entering class will be held in mid-July and early August.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/06/web1_quakerman.jpegMeeting the mascot, Quakerman, was a highlight of Wilmington College’s Summer Orientation Wednesday for Caitlin Miner, a Wilmington resident and graduate of Clinton-Massie High School, who also is pictured flashing the “WC sign” with her admission representative, Steve Cukovecki. She, along with other new students and their parents, spent the day learning about everything from academic policies, procedures and support services to the student code of conduct and the financial aid/billing process. Also, specially focused sessions were held for prospective student-athletes, commuter students and those planning to reside on campus. The day’s orientation activities are designed to help students and parents navigate the college experience and for new students to hit the ground running when they arrive in August. Future Summer Orientation days for the rest of the entering class will be held in mid-July and early August. Courtesy photo