Some exciting news - sophomores, juniors, and seniors can now change their majors online. Students can declare/change their major using Banner Self-Service 24/7. The Academic Advising Office works directly with the freshman class regarding declaring their majors.
All seniors planning on graduating in May should now be “on file” for graduation. Students should come to the Registrar’s Office as soon as possible if they have not filed yet.
Calendar of Events
February 20 Advising Appointment Day (No Classes)
March 7 Last Day of Classes, C-Term
March 8-16 Spring Recess
March 17 First Day of Classes, D-Term
April 21 Patriots Day (No Classes)
April 24 Project Presentation Day (No Classes)
May 6 Last Day of Classes, D-Term
May 8 12 noon - Residence Halls Close
May 16 Baccalaureate Ceremony
May 17 Spring Commencement
Spring Meal Plan Promotion
For a limited time, Chartwells is offering 10 FREE meals with the purchase of our most popular Gompei 190 voluntary meal plan. This is a savings of over $130 totaling to 200 meals! Purchase the plan today to lock in the plan at the current price. The Gompei 190 voluntary meal plan is the most flexible plan because your student can dine anywhere on campus at any time with no expiration date until he/she graduates. As an added bonus, the Gompei 190 plan allows you to save over 10% per meal! Promotion expires March 16, 2013. Please visit our website for more information.
For parents of current Freshmen, please visit our Voluntary Meal Plan options for your Sophomore next year. It’s never too early to think about their meal plans for next year! Chartwells offers many flexible voluntary meal plans for your specific dining needs and budget. By far, The Gompei 190 meal plan is the winner by students and parents alike. Take advantage of this limited time offer! Please visit our website for further information.
“Cruisin’ The Carribean” at Morgan Dining Hall
On November 21, 2013, Chartwells held its bi-annual Signature Series Event titled “Cruisin’ The Carribean” for the WPI students. In a span of three hours, well over 1200 students, faculty and staff sailed away to Montego Bay, Jamaica; Key West, Florida and Cancun, Mexico. The three dining rooms at Morgan Hall or Pulse On Dining Marketplace were themed with each of these island destinations. Live music included a guitarist singing Jimmy Buffet songs in the Key West room, steel drums in the casino room and WPI Ballroom dance team dancing salsa in the Cancun room. The highlight of the cruise was the limbo stick and roaming magician. Everyone from faculty and staff to students had a wonderful time. It is our hope that we continue to deliver satisfactory events such as this to the WPI community in the future.