Orientation Workshops - Handouts and Links
If you attended one or more of the various workshops during orientation, you have been told about the handouts available on our website. This is the place to be. If you just want to read over the information one more time or print a copy for you to peruse at leisure, you will find these handouts useful. And if you find that you still have a question, please fell free to call the individual offices or contact Birte Selvaraj at 203-837-9700.
Handouts and Links:
Check out the activities planned in downtown Danbury, often just a few minutes walk away from the Midtown campus. Sign up for their weekly newsletter and stay fully informed year round.
Western is a member institution of ISEP which means our students can study abroad at other ISEP member universities almost anywhere in the world, paying only Western's tuition, room & board plus travel expenses, international insurance, and the ISEP Fee. Students can go for one semester or an entire year, but need to remember to apply about 6 months in advance of their travel to be considered within the priority pool of applicants. Credits transfer as free elective credits only, unless otherwise arranged with department chairs.
The Midtown Coffeehouse was established in the fall of 2005 and has run continuously throughout the fall and spring semesters ever since. Thus, it has become an event students can count on for their Thursday night entertainment - an hour of open mic followed by a featured performer or a themed evening of entertainment. Lately a number of table games have been added to the line-up of free food, sodas, and coffee so that students have a chance to socialize while listening to the performances.
This site provides information and fact sheets for college parents, students and college administrators. There are links for helpful tips for parents who are sending their child off to campus. What should I be telling my child? Do they already know about alcohol? What is the best information I can give my student? What really goes on at college? Parents expectations can influence a students’ behavior at school.
This has the entire Surgeon General’s “Call to Action” To Prevent and Reduce Underage Drinking. Go to “Reports and Publications”, then to “Calls to Action” and open up 2007/2009” Prevent and Reduce Underage Drinking”
The National Clearinghouse on Alcohol and Drug Information provides general information about underage drinking, its effects on adolescents, families and communities, and what you can do to help curb underage drinking.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has several informational links for parents.
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