Ben Wofford Books
- Wofford’s Bookstore is located with frontage on North Church Street. Take home a memento from your weekend at Wofford!
- Spring Family Weekend hours: Friday: 9am – 7pm and Saturday: 11am – 4pm.
2nd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition - Great Oaks Hall, Roger Milliken Science
Library Gallery - Paintings and Drawings by Julia Elizabeth Tolbert,
Ninety Six, SC.
- In 2011, the Tolbert family donated nearly the entire
life-work corpus of Ms. Tolbert’s art to Wofford College, including paintings
in oil and watercolor, drawings, prints, and ceramics.
- Available for viewing 10 am – 5 pm Friday and
Saturday and 12 pm to Midnight on Sunday.
Martha Cloud Chapman
Gallery - (Campus Life Building) – Paintings by Roxi Tolbert, Fort Mill,
- This exhibition of her recent
paintings will run concurrently with the showing of works by her great-aunt,
Julia Elizabeth Tolbert, continuing the legacy of Tolbert family artists.
- Available for viewing 9 am – 5 pm all
Liberty Trail – Enjoy
a nice walk or run down Wofford’s Liberty Trail. Located off of Evins Street.
Friday, May 4
7:00 pm – Spring
Choral Concert – Leonard Auditorium, Main Building.
- The Wofford College Music Department will present its annual Spring
Concert. A wide variety of sacred and
secular works will be performed by the Wofford Concert Band, Women’s Choir,
Chamber Players, Glee Club, United Voices of Victory and Goldtones.
Saturday, May 5
10:00 am - 11:00 am
School and Career Services Information Sessions and How Wofford Prepares and Helps
: Grad School Information Session
Building Class Room / Practice Room
For parents of students planning to attend graduate school following graduation. The session will provide helpful information regarding deadlines, dates, scholarship opportunities, and more. Members of our faculty will be presenting the following:
Dr. Byron McCane (Chair, Department of Religion) and Dr. Anne
Rodrick (Associate Professor, History
Sciences / Med School
Dr. Ellen Goldey (Chair, Science Department)
Dr. John Fort (Associate Professor, Economics Department)
Dr. Dan Maultsby (Coordinator
of Project Impact)
11:00 am - 12 noon: Career Services Information Session (The
Center for Professional Excellence, Phase V)
For parents of students planning to enter the
job market following graduation. The session will provide helpful information about
workshops, networking events, counseling sessions, assessments, and mentor
relationships available to your son or daughter through the Center for
Professional Excellence. Learn how leveraging these opportunities will
provide an 18-24 month advantage over other college graduates.
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: Departmental Fair (The Galleria,
Lunch is optional and available for purchase.
departments will be available and parents will have the opportunity to ask
questions and learn about resources available to them and their students. The following departments will be
- Parent Programs
- International Programs / Study Abroad
- Student Activities & Greek Life
- And more
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: Free Time
opportunity to begin moving your student.
Pack up any belongings that are ready to send home before exams begin.
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm: Fun Funds
Concert (The Village)
11:00am: Family Service of Worship
Sunday service led by Dr. Ron Robinson, College Chaplain, at Leonard Auditorium. The attire for this service is casual dress.
Will you be participating in Spring Family Weekend? Let
us know so we can prepare for you.
Respond to LancasterSC@wofford.edu or 864-597-4212 by April 27.
Accommodations: A block of rooms have been held at the Spartanburg Downtown Marriott. Call 800-228-9290 and ask for the Wofford Family Weekend block - the rate is $109 per night.
Tickets: All events are free of charge (with the exception of the optional lunch) and no tickets are needed.
Parking: Parking on campus and Memorial Drive will be available.
Contact Information: For information regarding Spring Family Weekend, please contact Stephanie Lancaster, Parent Programs Coordinator, Wofford Alumni Office, 864-597-4212 or email@example.com.
Campus Alcohol Policy: Wofford College upholds federal and State of South Carolina laws and local ordinances. Persons who are 21 years of age or older may possess and consume alcoholic beverages in fraternity houses, residence hall rooms, and apartments occupied by students who are at least 21 years of age. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed in designated areas such as the Village Green during special events.
- Green and March Halls are alcohol-free buildings.
- Walking across the campus with open containers is not permitted.
- Glass bottles are not permitted.
- Kegs and other common containers are not permitted.
- Please show ID at all events when asked.
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping Wofford a healthy and safe campus. Questions about the Wofford College alcohol policy can be addressed to Mr. Randy Hall, Director of Campus Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org.