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Virtual Q&A Recordings

Accepted Student Virtual Q&A

This session provides an informal opportunity for accepted and enrolled students to connect with current students. Topics covered in this session include what Carlisle is like, the academic program at Dickinson, relationships with faculty, living on campus, study abroad, internship opportunities and preparation for life after Dickinson.

The Dickinson Story: Virtual Information Session

This session serves as a virtual stand-in to the introductory in-person information session. After a brief counselor presentation, current students share information about their Dickinson experience and respond to questions posed live by attendees.

Athletics: Wearing the Red Student-Athlete Q&A

Led by an admissions counselor, this session features Head Lacrosse Coach Dave Webster ’88 and several student-athletes. Topics include balancing academics and athletics, faculty support, study abroad, athletic facilities and culture, rivalries and traditions.

Residential Life Virtual Q&A

During this webinar, current students and Residence Life & Housing staff discuss everything related to first-year housing. This is an opportunity to learn about selecting a roommate, housing options and what to expect in your first year as you join our residential community.

Green Chat: Sustainability at Dickinson Virtual Q&A

Find out how Dickinson has risen to become a national leader in sustainability across academics, operations, student life, investments, dining and more. We are one of the first 10 colleges in the country, and the first in Pennsylvania, to reach carbon neutrality, and this session outlines some of the unique opportunities this has provided for student learning in and out of the classroom.

Presidential Perspectives: A Q&A with Dickinson’s Senior Leadership

Enrolled and admitted students and their families connected with President Margee Ensign, Provost and Dean Neil Weissman and Vice President for Student Life George Stroud as they discussed what makes Dickinson distinctive. They shared their thoughts on why Dickinson’s approach is precisely the kind of globally focused, civic-minded and interdisciplinary education that is needed for this moment in history and answered questions from participants.

Dickinson Perspectives: Exploration of Music Virtual Session

Discover how music can be a part of your Dickinson experience! Join Professor Amy Wlodarski, chair of the music department, and four current Dickinson students who are involved in a wide range of musical activities on campus. Learn more about opportunities for all students regardless of major, including: experiencing Dickinson's three major ensembles (choir, jazz and orchestra), private lessons, scholarship opportunities, performing while abroad, recent collaborations with the department of theater and dance, community outreach programs, the world-class residency program and innovative chamber music program, and the wide range of academic course offerings.

Dickinson Outcomes: The Global Experience Virtual Session

Discover how Dickinson has become a leader in global education. Join staff from the Center for Global Study & Engagement (CGSE) to learn about the wide variety of study-abroad opportunities available to Dickinsonians, and hear from current Dickinson students about their unique study-abroad experiences and the impact on their Dickinson education.

Dickinson Outcomes: Pre-Health Student Virtual Q&A

Interested in pursuing a career in the health professions? Join Dickinson’s pre-health coordinator Debi Swarner and two current Dickinson students pursuing pre-health to learn about student opportunities in research and internships, hear about the pre-health advising program and discover the many ways Dickinson supports its students in the exploration and pursuit of careers in health.