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President's Welcome Luncheon

Saturday, March 24, 2018 | 11:00 AM | Recreation Complex - Time of Grace Center | * REGISTER NOW *

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On March 24, President Daniel W. Johnson welcomes students admitted to WLC for Fall 2018 and their parents to the WLC campus. We hope you can join us for this invitation-only event, which will include a reception and banquet with faculty, staff, alumni, and students. You also will have the opportunity to receive your student ID and pre-register for fall classes.


Event Schedule

11:00 a.m. - Registration and Academic Program Reception
11:45 a.m. - Lunch
12:30 p.m. - Recognition Program and Keynote Address
1:30 p.m. - Class Pre-Registration for Students and Panel Session for Parents

If you have questions about the event, please contact Jessica Rice at 414.443.8609 or email her.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I haven't decided yet whether I'll be attending Wisconsin Lutheran College. Am I still invited to the event?

A. Yes! You are welcome and encouraged to attend the luncheon. This is an excellent opportunity to visit the campus again (or for the first time) and connect with people who share your interests. The experience may help you decide if WLC is the right fit for you.

Q. What is the appropriate attire?

A. Business casual attire is appropriate.

Q. How many guests may I bring?

A. Due to space limitations, each student may bring up to two parents/guests.

Q. If I pre-register for classes with my admissions counselor prior to the event, should I still attend?

A. Class pre-registration is optional and takes place at the end of the event. There will be other options offered for students who do not plan to pre-register at the luncheon.

Q. If I have already visited campus, should I still attend?

A. Most of the families in attendance will have already visited the campus earlier in their college search process. This is a celebratory event with the purpose of introducing students and their families to the campus community and helping begin the transition to college.