I am considering going but how important is this thing? Is it more like an information session for people who are undecided on schools? I know for sure I will be going to UVic this fall so if that's the case I might just skip it. I also live far in the suburbs so I'd have to wake up super early and commute downtown in rush hour traffic+skip work, which I don't know if it's worth it for a 1.5 hour event.
My only real concern is missing an opportunity to meet my future classmates. But again I am getting the impression this thing is more sitting at a table and listening to speeches (correct me if I'm wrong), and not so much getting to know your peers. I feel like a facebook group/meetups/orientation would be the better place to serve those purposes. Not to mention I think a good chunk of the offers haven't gone out yet so IDK!
Can any current students share their experiences if it is worth going?
Are any of you guys attending?
If anyone here was able to attend welcome day, I'd love to hear your thoughts on the law school, curriculum, and/or Thunder Bay... or any helpful information/answered questions you received! Super bummed I couldn't make the trip today. Thanks!
I can’t give a good answer to this, because I did not receive the perspective option that I requested. I applied for the Criminal Law perspective option which was cancelled after applications were due.