College of Wooster - Everyone was very friendly. Tour was divided into groups; parents in one and students in another. Our tour guide was fine. Knowledgeable, yet somewhat detached. The campus was much more beautiful than I had expected. The new athletic building looks like it will be amazing. No students were around, so it was difficult to see what the student body was like.
S had a lousy tour guide. Friendly, yet monotone and not knowledgeable about much. His favorite answer was, "Good" or "I don't know". Turned S off.
Typical of Wooster, they interviewed S first, then brought me in. Nothing new.
Overall, it was a nice visit. But we walked away with no feeling. I thought the Independent Study project would be better explained, but it wasn't really a selling point. Not mentioned too much.
I thought Wooster was a great town. Very walkable. Nice shops. Had our favorite meal of the trip at Broken Rocks. The server was fabulous.
Wooster is not a good fit for S, but I wouldn't hesitate to send another child there. Welcoming and loving.