Fair caters to graduate and nontraditional students
Aug. 23, 2002
KALAMAZOO -- Graduate and nontraditional (those over age 25) students will have the chance to become better acquainted with the University during an event Wednesday, Aug. 28.
The annual Graduate and Nontraditional Student Services Fair will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. in the North Ballroom of the Bernhard Center. As many as 400 students are expected to attend and take advantage of the opportunity to learn about services such as library and computer resources, health services and cultural events that are available to assist them.
Nearly 40 representatives of University offices and departments will be on hand to answer students' questions. Refreshments, live entertainment and on-site childcare will be provided. In addition, door prizes will be awarded, including $150 of graduate tuition and a $150 voucher for a course offered through Extended University Programs.
For more information, contact Paula Boodt in the Graduate College at (616) 387-6185 or Natalie Morton in the Extended University Programs at (616) 387-4167.
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