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Browse the Virtual Campus Exploration YouTube channel for different angles on the Westmont community. New videos are added regularly, so come back often. You can also immerse yourself in our beautiful campus through our Virtual 360 Campus Google Tour.

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We have tailored our self-guided tour so that you can get the most out of your visit experience at Westmont. Learn everything you need to know and get connected to all the resources that you may need.

Our self-guided tour will give you the option to read, listen, and/or watch all of the information about our beautiful campus and what it looks like to be a Warrior.

If you're on campus, stop by the front of Kerrwood and pick up a self-guided tour packet, ask the security guard or check in with the Admissions Office and we will get everything you need. If you're viewing Westmont from a distance, this tour will give you fun details about many of the buildings and spaces on campus.

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Hometown: Los Gatos, CA - now Nashville, TN

Degree: B.A. in Art (Graphic Arts Track)

Favorite Place on Campus: I love this campus, but there are a few spots that definitely have a special place in my heart. First is the track. I’m on the Cross Country and Track team, and the relationships that I’ve cultivated there have been the most meaningful to me in my time at Westmont. Next is VK, a dorm hall that I’ve lived in for 2 years. In my opinion, it’s the best combination of suite/communal style dorms, most beautiful, and has the best location on campus. Finally is the Crafts Studio. Being an art major, I’ve spent many long nights in the Crafts Studio working on projects, memorizing flashcards, working on essays, and pretty much anything in my classes. I’ve even slept on the couch in there!

What do I love about Westmont: I’m a transfer student, and the thing that I wanted most in a school is somewhere with a tight-knit community, that was religious, and had small class sizes. Westmont absolutely met those needs, and did even more than that.  I love the movie High School Musical, and I’m kinda’ able to live the life of Troy Bolton. I’m a collegiate athlete, in the men’s acapella group, AND involved in theater, as well as in a lot of other clubs. I am a busy guy, but the ability to be apart of all these groups has led me to making friends in all sorts of social circles. I also work in the Admissions Office, where I give tours to prospective students almost every day. This gives me so much joy, as I have the opportunity to show people what I love about Westmont :) !

Favorite memory at Westmont: I have so many, but one of favorite memories at Westmont has to be when all my buddies came over to my room and recorded a huge song together. We have a special tradition on Wednesdays where we chill and play games, and being a professional producer, I wanted to have them all on a track. Writing silly bars and rhymes and seeing my best friends rap over the craziest beats gave me so much joy, and I’m looking forward to the next track we put together!

Hobbies: Outside of my sport, one of my biggest hobbies is writing, composing, and producing music for myself and clients. There aren’t a lot of producers at Westmont, but there’s a beautiful music building with technology and soundproof rooms that makes professional recording a piece of cake.  I’m also a Graphic Design major, and I do a lot of work for the college with the lead Graphic Designer, which is a really cool opportunity to apply my major to real world things. I’ve recently taken up digital painting, and I’ve been spending a lot of hours in the graphics studio where they have Wacom Cintiq tablets that I draw on with a stylus. I also love volleyball, and I’ve taken both volleyball PEs, been on the intramural team, as well as played many tournaments on the beach (which is only a 5 min drive away!)  I also just spend a majority of my time with friends, whether it's doing homework, hanging on the beach, running, or eating, I spend almost EVERY moment I have with them.

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The Division of Student Life affirms the unique opportunity of living in community at Westmont which is best articulated in the Community Life Statement .

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Officials say FAFSA fixes are coming. For many students, it’s too late.

Photo Illustrations: Collegiate pennants that read "Delayed," "Community College," "Shifting Savings," "Safety School" and "Loans"

Bricelyn Harrelson didn’t plan to spend six months applying to college.

The New Smyrna Beach, Florida, high school senior sent in seven applications starting last September and expected to know by now where she’d be enrolling this fall. Instead, she blasted out six fresh applications in the last two months — all to cheaper state universities.

Harrelson, 18, is one of millions of current and prospective college students whose application process has been derailed by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid’s botched overhaul this year. A series of glitches and formula errors — from its December launch to as recently as a week ago — has turned what was supposed to be a more streamlined process into a bureaucratic purgatory for applicants and admissions officers alike.

Kerri Harrelson, left, with her daughter, Bricelyn, who doesn’t yet know where she’ll be attending college in the fall.

“I feel bad for the kids,” said Kerri Harrelson, Bricelyn’s mother. She said her daughter has heard back from all but two of her six latest schools, but that one of the ongoing FAFSA snags has held up potential need-based aid offers. “They started in high school with Covid, and now they’re going to start their college year with all this mess.”

FAFSA is a chokepoint for other forms of aid. Without knowing how much a student may get from the federal government, many schools and scholarship programs can’t put together offers of their own. Federal authorities say they’ll take a key step toward moving the process forward in mid-April.

While many students, like Harrelson, remain in holding patterns, others say they’ve already been forced into difficult decisions they hadn’t expected to make.

Moving money to pay tuition

Eyeing the FAFSA mess, Kelly Gainor decided to slash her 401(k) contributions almost in half this year to save money for tuition.

Her daughter, Kennedy, is still waiting for her federal aid information, but she’s already committed to her dream school, James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, to nail down campus housing. Without FAFSA, any potential merit scholarships are up in the air, leaving their household unsure how many loans they’ll need to take out.

“This stress level is at a whole new level for me,” said Gainor, who works as a contract manager for a health insurance company in Albany, New York.

Kelly Gainor, right, has cut back on retirement savings to free up tuition money.

She and her husband have a $25,000 college fund for Kennedy, their only child. But they’re worried it won’t go as far as they’d hoped and have begun moving some investments into more aggressive options. They’ve also shelved plans to buy a new car this year.

“It just feels very challenging to be put in a spot where you’re potentially taking on $100,000 worth of debt, but not even knowing exactly what you’re getting into,” Gainor said.

The Department of Education has been clearing a backlog since the middle of March. Of the more than 6 million FAFSA forms submitted this year, it had processed 4.3 million by March 25, though the agency has since flagged additional errors requiring some forms to be reprocessed.

I feel like we’re agreeing to buy a car or a house without knowing how much it costs.

Natalie Alvarado, Shawnee, Ks

The department, which has been providing regular updates and webinars to keep people informed, didn’t respond to requests for comment on the choices some households are making in the interim.

In a recent American Council on Education survey , 2 out of 3 college officials said they doubted they could process students’ financial information from FAFSA “within a few weeks.” Given the delays, many universities have pushed back accepted students’ decision deadlines from around May 1 to anywhere from May 15 to June 15.

Some college athletes’ families have also begun planning for financial fallout rather than wait around for aid information.

Roman Alvarado, center, locked down his spot on a university soccer team before knowing his final aid package.

“I feel like we’re agreeing to buy a car or a house without knowing how much it costs,” said Natalie Alvarado, whose son, Roman, committed in March to attending MidAmerica Nazarene University in the family’s home state of Kansas, to secure his spot on the soccer team.

The family doesn’t know how much money may come through beyond the athletic scholarship the university is offering to cover half of Roman’s tuition.

“We have our own debt, and we know what that’s like,” Alvarado said, “but I know that he needs to attend school to get a good job. I know his dream of playing soccer, and I just want him to be able to fulfill that dream.”

Settling for safety schools

Olivia Maynard Payne, an Advanced Placement student from Lutz, Florida, who wants to study biology, committed to her last-choice school, the University of Southern Florida, because it was the safest financial choice.

Her mother, Ann Maynard Payne, is a single parent who relies on permanent disability payments to support Olivia and a grandson. To help save for college, Olivia has been working several part-time jobs up to 30 hours a week while attending high school. But the household was banking on FAFSA to help cover her college costs, and one of the widespread application issues has prevented them from signing the online form.

Olivia Maynard Payne, left, committed to a Florida state school that offered her a full ride, rather than hold out hope of attending pricier private colleges that admitted her.

“This new algorithm has disrupted and caused so much anxiety for me, and especially Olivia,” Maynard Payne said. “She’s not happy. This is not her school.” But holding out for aid information while campus housing slots filled up wasn’t an option, she said.

Olivia got into Mercer University in Macon, Georgia; the University of Rochester in New York; and Massachusetts’ Wellesley College, each of which offered her merit scholarships that ranged from $9,000 to $29,000 a year. But all three are still out of budget, and until her FAFSA forms are processed, she can’t determine whether those schools or the government will offer her additional need-based support that could put them within reach.

So after qualifying for Florida’s Bright Futures program, allowing her to attend USF for free, Olivia ruled out switching her choice even if more money comes through.

“That would just stress me out more,” she said. “If I did hold out hope for that, and then they ended up not giving me nearly enough, it’d just be more disappointment.”

Shelving four-year plans for community college

​​Sherri Schendzielos, a mother of a blended family in Blaine, Minnesota, has four out of six children currently in or applying to college.

It’s like I just submitted information out into a black hole.

Sherri Schendzielos, Blaine, MN

Her eldest biological son, Jonah, 21, is a sophomore at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, and her stepson Avery, 20, has one summer semester left at Hennepin Technical College in suburban Minneapolis. Blake, 18, her younger biological son, and Sam, 17, her younger stepson, are high school seniors both applying to college this fall.

Schendzielos, her husband, Eric, and his ex-wife each completed FAFSA forms for the four kids, all of which are listed as processed. But they have yet to receive a single financial aid package.

The Schendzielos family has four children currently in or applying to college.

“It’s like I just submitted information out into a black hole,” Schendzielos said. “At this point, I don’t even know if we’re ever going to hear anything.”

Blake is already committed to play Division III football at Bethel University in Saint Paul. But Sam has opted to start at a local community college rather than join his brother at Bethel, where he was also admitted, due to uncertain finances.

“While he’s choosing still to go to school, it’s not his choice necessarily,” said Schendzielos.

She is an assistant high school principal and her husband works in IT. Together they bring in about $200,000 a year, and with a fifth child in their family who’s 10 years old, she said student loans and grants are essential to funding higher education in their household.

“I just am hoping something works out,” Schendzielos said. “I just feel like a failure not being able to have a solution to this.”

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Armory Chamber is one of the oldest museums of Moscow, established at the beginning of 19 th century and located in the Moscow Kremlin. Treasures of the Armory currently features some four thousand exhibits, spanning the 12ht through early 20 th centuries. The museum collection is made up of unique items, which were preserved for centuries in the royal treasury and in the Patriarch’s sacristy.  The private tour can be arranged at the time that best suits to your sightseeing itinerary.

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Founded by Great Prince Vasily III in the early 16 th century, the Armory was originally a workshop manufacturing military equipment for com bat and parades.

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In the 17th century, the  first Romanov rulers had the Armory' expanded, making it the largest artisan’s shop in the Kremlin. The best Russian gunsmiths, jewelers and icon painters worke d here side by side with their international counterparts from Germany, Poland and elsewhere in Eastern Europe.

Peter I ordered active manufacturing operations moved to the new capital — St. Petersburg, while the Kremlin Armory remained a depository' of old military and church artifacts.

The Armory had no building of its own, so the exhibits were constantly moved around until Alexander I upgraded the Armory's status to an Imperial Museum, and ordered a building erected for it by the Troitskie (Trinity) Gate, where the State Kremlin Palace now stands.

Emperor Nicholas I personally contributed to the design oi l lie existing Armory, which was at that point viewed as the Romanov family museum since many' of its original exhibits had been stolen or looted during the “Time of Troubles" in 1605-1612. Opened in 1851, the Armory became Moscow’s first public museum of history.

Treasures of the Armory currently features some four thousand exhibits, spanning the 12ht through early 20th centuries.

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The exhibits include:

  • Russian and foreign military equipment and trophies;
  • church relics from Kremlin churches and the Patriarch’s Sacristy;
  • ambassadorial and other gifts to Moscow Tsars, Tsarinas, and Emperor Alexander I
  • Russian Imperial regalia, royal crowns and garments;
  • 17 th -19 th century coronation attire, coronation and wedding dresses of the Empresses, traditional Russian clothing;
  • silver goblets and o the r royal table­ware; everyday items with the images of Peter I and Russian Empresses;
  • items from the Stables Office; parade outfits for horses, created by Russian and foreign tailors, historical carriages, tapestries and trellises;
  • other unique artifacts.

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