LWC Move-In Event for Fall 2020 Photo Blog
Lindsey Wilson Director of Career Services Laura Burwash checks temperatures as students and their families arrive on campus to move into residence halls in August. Due to the campus reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, students were given strict instructions about the procedures and protocols required for the fall 2020 semester. LWC announced a record enrollment for the 2020-21 academic year with more than 2,700 students enrolled for fall 2020.
LWC sports management freshman Erielle Allen from Louisville, Ky., arrives with her parents, Roshaun and Eric Allen to move into Phillips Hall, a residence hall reserved for female freshman students. Allen, who plays for the women’s soccer program, says she was worried she would not be able to attend college in-person this year and is excited to get back onto the soccer field. LWC announced record enrollment for the 2020-21 academic year despite opening during the coronavirus pandemic.
LWC expanded move-in “weekend” from a two-day to a four-day event to avoid the customary long lines and congested spaces associated with move-in activities. Each student arrived at a designated time and was allowed two hours to complete the process. LWC announced record enrollment for the 2020-21 academic year despite opening during the coronavirus pandemic. The new school year officially began on August 22.
Right, freshman Noah Jewell from Mt. Washington, Ky., and his mother, Heather Jewell, follow the mandatory mask policy on the A.P. White campus. “It’s a little different,” said Jewell who plans to be a part of the Lindsey Wilson wrestling program. “I’m used to seeing faces and everyone is covered up by the mask so there will be some challenges but I’m ready.” Overall fall 2020 enrollment numbers at Lindsey Wilson climbed by 106 students with total enrollment surpassing 2,700 students for the first time in the 117-year history of the college.