At Southwestern, visits are personal. Students guide you through campus and answer your questions about academics, student life or anything you might want to know. You can get to know your admission counselor. You might even meet a professor or two over lunch.
Southwestern is not for everyone. That's why our admission counselors aren't just friendly, they strive to help you succeed...wherever you choose to go to college. Your campus visit will help you put a face to the name, and a personal contact who can answer all your questions about Southwestern.
The Admission Center is our first "Green Building". That means we used low VOC-emitting paints, coatings, adhesives and carpet throughout the building, water efficiency features like solar-powered, timed faucets, and energy efficiency features like reflective roof shingles and insulation.

Wilhelmina Cullen Admission Center

Chances are, the first place you'll go on a visit to Southwestern is the Wilhelmina Cullen Admission Center. This one-story, 9,602 square-foot building is home to all of Southwestern's Enrollment Management staff, including your admission and financial assistance counselors. It's also Southwestern's first "green" building.

The Admission Center is open year-round for visits, information sessions, personal interviews, and campus tours. Your visit may also include classroom experiences, faculty/ coach appointments, and lunch on campus.

Making an appointment to visit is your first step in deciding if Southwestern is the right college for you. Just close this window and click "request a tour" to get started.

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