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“If you are looking for a welcoming environment where the professors care about your education but also your life outside school, then Central College is the place for you!”

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Best Decision Ever Week! - March 4-8

Choose a day during Central’s visit week for an exciting, personalized experience!

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Admitted Student Overnight Visit - March 29-30

Your perfect fit: Visit to meet other students who share your drive to reach beyond and achieve new heights of success!

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Discover Central Visit Day - April 5

Get a jump on planning your future.

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Women’s Soccer Visit Day - April 5

Commitment, dedication, excellence. Don’t miss out on the Women’s Soccer Visit Day!

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Wrestling Visit Days - March 29 and April 5, 12

Central Wrestling: All In, All the Time. Visit and see for yourself!

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Be More Than A Spectator Day - June 15

Join us for this athletic visit day. Learn what it means to be a student-athlete at Central.

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STEM Exploration - June 27-28

Visit Central to discover where you can build a strong resume. We know you have big ideas, and we’ll help you realize your dreams. Learn what it means to join together as a community and become a Central success story.

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Summer Orientation - June 12, 13, 14 and July 15

Join us for Summer Orientation!

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Discover Central Visit Days - July 17, 18, 19

Exceptional opportunities await you at Central: Join us!

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Discover Central Visit Days - Aug. 7, 8, 9

Join us August 7, 8, 9.

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76% of Central students complete an internship

Jay Wackerly

Title: Assistant professor of chemistry
Research with students: Synthesizing oxacalixarenes, or “molecular donuts”
His team: Five chemistry majors turned research assistants
You can find him: Peering into a microscope in a Vermeer Science Center chemistry lab

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Jay Wackerly