All dinner conversations will take place in the Multicultural Center/Stokes 106 from 6–7:30 p.m. Conversations will be informal, and led by student coordinators, with occasional guests from the OAR, OMA, CCPA, and other offices on campus. The focus is on student-to-student networking and mentoring, as well as learning about how to best take advantage of campus resources, with the goal of continuing academic excellence and personal success. All students are welcome – bring friends!
Wednesday, February 7
Wednesday, February 28
Taxes and Financial Aid
Student volunteers from VITA, a free tax preparation program available to Haverford students, will provide a brief presentation on what documents you need to prepare your taxes and we will discuss questions and concerns about upcoming financial aid applications. You can also make an appointment to do your taxes with VITA on Saturdays through March.
Wednesday, March 7
Looking Ahead: Housing and Summer
Come together to learn more about the spring room draw process, and ask upperclassfolks how they have navigated summer and life at Haverford beyond their first year.
Wednesday, April 4
How to Choose a Major and What’s the Deal with Minors and Concentrations
Interact with a student and faculty panel to learn more about planning strategically for your sophomore year and how to get ready for pre-registration advising.
Saturday, April 7 (time TBD)
Hands on taxes workshop
Bring your tax materials with you and volunteers will be on hand to help you as you complete and file your returns.