What is Senior Week?
Senior Week takes place the week leading up to graduation and is a time for Seniors to celebrate the end of their Northwestern experience! Seniors are able to participate in both free and paid events including architecture boat tours, brewery tours, a carnival, and senior formal.
Importance of Senior Week
Senior Week is an opportunity for Northwestern students to create lifelong memories before they say goodbye to one another and leave campus for their post-graduation lives. The week kicks off with seniors marching back through the Arch; a bookend to when they marched through at the beginning of their Freshman year. For many students, this will be their last chance to explore Evanston and Chicago before they move away.
Why we need financial support
Senior week strives to be financially inclusive, and therefore, offers a wide variety of both free and paid events. In order to provide free events and offer tickets for the lowest price possible, we need financial donations. Donations will go towards paying for senior formal, the senior carnival, yoga on the lakefill, movie night, and tickets to the Shedd aquarium.
How you can help
Please considering making a financial donation to this page. All gifts are tax deductible. Even a small contribution of $20 will go a long way in helping to put this week together. If you are unable to donate at this time, please consider sharing this page to help us get the word out.
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