Pride Experience One: Summer Registration is for freshmen who've paid their enrollment deposit.
Summer 2013 Dates
- Monday, June 17, 2013 (reached maximum capacity, date closed)
- Tuesday, June 18, 2013 (reached maximum capacity, date closed)
- Wednesday, June 19, 2013 (reached maximum capacity, date closed)
- Monday, July 8, 2013 (reached maximum capacity, date closed)
- Tuesday, July 9, 2013
- Wednesday, July 10, 2013
After you register for a session, an e-mail containing details of the program will be sent to your Campus Cruiser account 72 hours prior to the event.
During the Pride Experience One, students will have the opportunity to meet their new classmates, learn more about campus life, take placement exams, meet with faculty members in their major, register for courses, and learn about the many services and support systems available to help them be successful at Widener.
Each new student is encouraged to bring up to two family members to Pride Experience One.
Family members will have the chance to meet with representatives from various offices on campus and to learn about the academic experience on campus, residence life, campus safety, and the student code of conduct.
Please bring a valid photo ID.
No props allowed. Sunglasses or other wear which distracts from the face are not acceptable unless required for medical reasons. Head coverings and hats are acceptable only for acknowledged religious beliefs, traditions or customs.
This summer, you may be asked to take an online Mathematics Assessment. The assessment is designed to gauge the extent of your mathematics understanding as you begin Widener and will be used to make a recommendation for the first mathematics course that you should take. The course you take is dependent upon your academic major.
If you are required to complete the assessment, please do so at least one week before attending Pride Experience One. Freshman will be informed via mailed letter if they are required to take the assessment.
View the mathematics assessment web page for an overview on procedure, scoring, and results of the assessment.
The Mathematics Assessment consists of a series of online question sets covering successively more advanced mathematics:
- Practice: 25 questions
30 minutes - no limit on number of attempts
- Algebra: 25 questions
30 minutes - 2 attempts
- Precalculus: 25 questions
30 minutes - 2 attempts
- Calculus Concepts: 15 questions
20 minutes - 2 attempts
Math assessment questions can be directed to the Math Department at 610-499-1243, or email@example.com.
Testing accommodation questions can be directed to Academic Support Programs at 610-499-1266, or firstname.lastname@example.org.