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Rams at Home 2017 offers sessions for new freshmen

Move-in day for new students at WSSU is Aug. 12. 

Note: This is for an event that occurred in 2017.

Winston-Salem State University’s Enrollment Services is offering one-stop enrollment process sessions to prepare new freshmen for their move-in on Aug. 12.

Rams at Home sessions will be offered in the morning (8 a.m.-noon) and afternoon (1-5 p.m.) on the following dates:

  • Saturday, June 24
  • Friday, June 30
  • Friday, July 14
  • Friday, July 21

 The sessions offer new freshmen the opportunity to:

  • Get your student ID.
  • Take required placement tests for academic advising and registration in August.
  • Spend one-on-one time to complete enrollment steps with offices including Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Student Wellness. 

Students are encouraged to sign up early, as sessions are limited to 150 new students.

For more information or to sign up, please visit Rams at Home online.

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