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Ichabods at Night

Calling all seniors!

Calling all seniors! Wondering what it's like to live on a real college campus? You're invited to stay the night in Washburn's premiere residence hall or one of the welcoming Greek chapter houses for our "seniors only" event, Ichabods at Night! Whether you're just starting your college search or have already received your acceptance letter, Ichabods at Night is the perfect opportunity to experience a slice of college life.  

You'll be paired with a current student who will help you cheer on the Ichabods at an NCAA sporting event, share dinner with you in Stauffer Commons and show you what Topeka and Washburn have to offer! And don't worry, the event is free - all you have to do is bring your bedding!

An Emergency Contact and Release Form needs to be signed by the student (or a parent/guardian over the age of 18) and turned in when the student comes to campus.

Ichabods at Night will be held Oct. 26. Space is limited so register early!

If you're a current Washburn student interested in being a host for this event please contact Nicole Vavra. Hosts are required to live on campus in residential living or in Greek housing.

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A Washburn student relaxes on the quad on Washburn's campus
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A Washburn student at Henderson Learning Center
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Washburn students chat on the porch of the Memorial Union
A Washburn student reviews a biology assignment in Stoffer Science Hall

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Washburn University Admissions
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
785.670.1030
admissions@washburn.edu

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