Posted on April 29, 2015 at 3:45 PM, updated April 29, 2015 at 3:45 PM Print
It’s never too early to start the college search; so on Monday April 27, 600 juniors and their parents descended on Cleveland State University to experience a day on campus.
After an enthusiastic welcome and a discussion of the top five college decision factors by Director of Admissions and Student Transition, Lee Furbeck, students were dismissed to sit in on a real college class. Students had the opportunity to choose from over 20 available classes, including Intro to Music Therapy, Organic Chemistry II, Principles of Communication and Honors Calculus.
While their students were in class, parents heard presentations from areas on campus that are influential in the college decision process – academic success, financial aid, the career success network and campus safety.
Students and parents ended the day with a campus tour, a student Q&A panel and a chance to get information on the 200+ student organizations on campus – and a photo opp with Magnus!
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