Welcome to the Fair!
Each year, the Associated Students of Western Washington University coordinates the AS Fall Info Fair. The Fall Info Fair is a part of the Western Welcome Week program, introducing new students to student activities and services on-campus. The Fair also welcomes returning students to campus for a fun celebration before the start of a new academic year. At the Fall Info Fair, students will learn more about the hundreds of on-campus clubs and student organizations, local businesses, and campus organizations that work closely to support student success. We look forward to seeing you virtually at this year's Fair!
From the AS Fall Info Fair 2019:
How do I attend?
The AS Fall Info Fair will be held across two days: September 20, 2021 and September 21, 2021.
This year's AS Fall Info Fair will take place across campus including the Performing Arts Center Plaza, Red Square, Carver, and the Rec Center. You may also schedule a time with organizations who are participating online through Handshake (see below).
>> MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT!
Click this link to find a list of organizations participating in this year's fair!
To visit organizations on Handshake, activate your account by visiting wwu.joinhandshake.com and log in with your Western account!
For more information about Handshake, visit the Career Services website.
More organizations will be available via Zoom - visit the WIN Events tab to see participating organizations!
Need to register your bike this year? Bring your bike's serial number (found between the pedals) to the Info Fair and the University Police Department will take care of that for you!
By marking yourself as attended in the WIN event, you will be entered into a drawing to win a prize! Be sure that you are logged into WIN and click here to mark yourself attended.
Thank you to Xfinity Comcast for providing prizes!
An Info Table/Help Desk will be available during the in-person fair as well as a virtual Help Desk in Handshake. Anyone can access those to troubleshoot, ask questions, or learn more about the event or Associated Students.