Lead Where You Stand: Streaming Online, Beginning June 18
with David Brooks, Erin Meyer, Marcus Goodloe, Gayle D. Beebe and Lisa DeBoer
LIVE and LEARN in Person
Protect the Mont
We are open, and we are COVID safe.
We’ve made it to the end of the spring semester; congratulations to the class of 2021! Westmont successfully managed COVID-19 on campus, conducting 8,909 COVID-19 tests during the year with a positivity rate of 1.16% and avoiding major outbreaks. Westmont was one of the few schools in California to safely offer outdoor, in-person classes. Watch a year-end video from the director of institutional resilience, Jason Tavarez, who sums up the extraordinary efforts of the Westmont community. We continue to remain safely open for visits from prospective students. Make a reservation to visit today.
Trailhead Teens Explore Their Faith, Futures
Westmont’s unique program Trailhead: Seeking God’s Call allows students to explore how faith can guide their future as they seek to make a difference in the world. Trailhead 2021 dates are:
Westmont in the World
Westmont’s global program prepares students to live in a diverse, complex and quickly changing society so they can take their place as citizens of the world. The breadth of the liberal arts, the opportunity to study or serve overseas and an emphasis on developing an international perspective help graduates make a seamless transition to a global marketplace.
Center for Applied Technology
We invite high-achieving students to work on improving the college's technological systems as members of the CATLab team. This professional development program prepares students to succeed in the business sector as soon as they graduate from college.
Westmont's 115-foot redwood, known as the Pickle Tree, has died and will be removed June 17.
New York Times columnist David Brooks headlines the 2021 Lead Where You Stand Virtual Conference, which will be available for streaming June 18.