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A.C.C.E.S.S. Program

Hosted by Wilmington College and the Warren County Educational Service Center


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 – FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2020

Academic College Campus Experience for Student Success (A.C.C.E.S.S.) is a college campus experience in the truest sense. This three-day program allows current high school sophomores and juniors the opportunity to not only gain college preparatory skills but also immerse themselves in a real college experience. Students in the ACCESS program will participate in personality and learning styles testing, gain valuable insight towards success in college, participated in an ACT prep class, explore future career goals and opportunities, and more.

By hosting this program at Wilmington College, the student participants will spend the night in campus housing, learn about the college facilities, and engage with current college students as well as faculty and administrators each day. ACCESS offers both in-class and “extracurricular” hands-on activities such as working with different programs of study, volunteer service, recreational activities and more. After completion of this program, high school students will have a better understanding of their strengths and areas for improvement as they head down their path towards college and a career.

REGISTRATION AVAILABLE SOON

Program Outline

Wednesday: Check-in, Opening Meeting, Group Outing

Thursday: College Success Activities, Group Outing

Friday: Hands-on Interactive College Experiences, Closing Presentation Session w/ Families

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Students

  • Spend two nights in a campus residence hall
  • Participate in both in-class and extra-curricular activities
  • Participate in an ACT prep course and explore future career goals
  • Gain valuable insight towards success and opportunities in college

In-Class Experiences

  • Teaching by Wilmington College faculty and staff
  • College success strategies
  • Career Exploration

Experiential (Extra-Curricular) Learning

  • Interaction with current student leaders
  • Engaging in leadership activities
  • Hands-on experience with campus academic and student engagement programs

Parents

  • Attend the closing session on the last day to see what your students accomplished
  • Your students will understand their strengths and areas for improvement as they head down the path towards college and a career.