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January Admits

Welcome to Wooster!

We want to make your transition to The College of Wooster and college life as smooth as possible.  An Orientation for January admitted students will take place on Sunday, January 11 from 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All new students are required to attend. You will receive additional information by email and U.S. mail.

Please use the checklist below to find and complete the required forms.

Important First Steps

  1. Activate your Wooster Email Account (.pdf)
    To activate your Wooster email account, you will need your email address and initial password. This information can be found in the letter you receive from Dean Kurt Holmes. Please click on the Change Your Password link on the top left side of the page. If you have misplaced your email address and initial password, please contact the Help Desk at 330-287-4357 for help resetting your password.
  2. Take Required Placement Exams 
    In order to be prepared to register for the most appropriate classes, you will need to complete Placement Exams in Mathematics, and depending on your current skills level and future plans, Chemistry and Biology.
  3. Complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
    To complete the MBTI Assessment, please use the following information:
    Login - wooster2018
    Password - goscots2018
    Please leave the user ID blank
  4. Complete Housing Application
    Please complete this form. If you have any questions about living on campus or what you should plan to bring check out the new students page in Residence Life.
  5. Complete Student Health Form
    Once you have completed this form, please fax it to the Longbrake Student Wellness Center at 330-263-2369. Please include a copy of your insurance card with the Health Form.
  6. Sign and Submit FERPA Release Form
    Please fill out the this form and send it to the Dean of Students Office. You may mail it, fax it to 330-263-2094, or email it to the Dean of Students. The Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records, both financial and academic. For the student’s protection, FERPA limits release of student record information without the student’s explicit written consent; however, it also gives the student’s parent(s)/guardian the right to review those records if the parent(s)/guardian claim the student as a dependent on their federal income tax return.
  7. Complete Emergency Notification
    Please follow the directions to submit Emergency Notification information. You need to submit contact information including your cell phone number, non-Wooster e-mail, home phone, and alternative emergency contact, such as a parent or other family member.  This information will NOT be used for general announcements, only for emergency notifications.