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November 7, 2012

High school students invited to participate in Tiger Connection

Ada —  

High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to learn what it’s like to be a college student at East Central University by participating in Tiger Connection on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

Tiger Connection is designed for prospective students to visit campus and meet with students, faculty and staff as well as connect with other potential ECU Tigers.

Registration, which includes a free t-shirt and lunch, will begin at 9 a.m. in the lobby of the Hallie Brown Fine Arts Center, with a welcome session following at 9:30 a.m. Four different breakout sessions for potential students are scheduled throughout the day with the first beginning at 10 a.m. Other breakout sessions are set to begin at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m.

Different activities are scheduled during each of the four sessions. Students can choose to attend the activities that interest them. They will have the opportunity to sit in on real college classes such as Educational Technology, First Aid, U.S. Government, Acting I, British Literature to 1800 and Introduction to Kinesiology.

In addition, students can take a campus tour, find out about living on campus, learn about campus life and activities, go to a band open house, attend labs, learn about being part of a fraternity or sorority, or go to a University Singers rehearsal. There will also be a session about the Honors Program and scholarships, including the President’s Leadership Class.

For more information about Tiger Connection, contact the Enrollment Management Specialists at ecurecruit@ecok.edu or phone 580-559-5254.

 

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