Accepted Student's Day

Join us for Accepted Student's Day

Accepted Students Day with the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Business and College of Health Sciences

Accepted Student's Day on April 27 is for new freshmen admitted into an Arts & Sciences, Business or Health Sciences program for the upcoming fall semester. Join us as we celebrate your acceptance and connect you with the faculty, staff and students you will meet this fall. Come prepared to learn, network, and have fun!

This event will give you a sneak peek at life as a TWU student before you attend orientation this summer. Get to know your program and prepare for future opportunities by learning about our accelerated programs, study abroad, academic assistance and more.

April 27, 2024

Registration for College of Arts & Sciences majors

Registration for College of Business majors

Registration for College of Health Sciences majors

Tentative Agenda

8:30 a.m. - Check-in and refreshments at Pioneer Circle

9-9:30 - Welcome to TWU

9:45-11:45 - Academic Department Activities

Noon-1 p.m. - Lunch in the TWU Dining Hall

1:15-2:15 - Breakout sessions (choose 2)

2:15-3 - Accepted Student Resource Fair

-Resource Fair in Pioneer Circle (sign up for Orientation!)

-Photobooth with Oakley

-Shaved ice stop

3 p.m. - Dorm tours (optional) (meet in Pioneer Circle)


Who is invited to Accepted Student Day?
This event is specifically for incoming first-year students who have been accepted into a TWU College of Arts & Sciences, College of Business or College of Health Sciences program. Not sure if your program is in CAS, COB or CHS? View the lists below:

College of Arts & Sciences

College of Business

College of Health Sciences

Can I bring guests?
All accepted students are allowed one free guest. You will receive two free meal vouchers when you check in (one for you and one for your guest). If you wish to bring additional guests, please note that lunch is $9 per person at our dining hall. Some rooms have limited seating, so we ask that you bring no more than two guests total.

What should I bring with me?
Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. There will be a good amount of walking during the event and you may spend some time outdoors in the afternoon.

Where should I park?
Parking is FREE on weekends in any of our lots. Please be mindful of handicap, reserved or state vehicle spots. The event will begin and end in Pioneer Circle (#65 on the campus map, southwest corner) so the closest parking lots are:

  • Sawyer St lot (across from Pioneer Circle)
  • Texas St lot (behind Fine Arts Building, 6 on map)
  • Parking Garage (116 on map)
  • Third St lots (north of parking garage, close to 66 and 67 on map)

I need special accommodations. Whom do I reach out to?
Please contact Veronica Durham at

Can I buy Pioneer swag while I’m there?
Yes! In addition to the fun, free goodies we’ll be handing out, our campus bookstore will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

What kind of food does the dining hall serve?
Our dining hall caters to a variety of diets including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. It has several different stations to choose from, including home cooking, build-your-own stir-fry, pizza, soups and more. They will be serving a brunch menu the day of the event. You can view a sample of the menu here.

Do you have any special hotel rates for this event?
We don’t, but we have many affordable hotels nearby!

I have a question that’s not on here. Who can I ask?
Please contact Veronica Durham at

Page last updated 4:37 PM, April 5, 2024