Incoming freshmen learn about campus life, more at session
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (May 25, 2012) — Newly accepted students learned the basics of being a freshman at Tuskegee University during an informational session on Friday. More than 300 students and their parents joined members of the faculty and staff in the University Chapel for an overview of life on campus that included information on financial aid, housing, safety, campus technology, counseling, the bookstore, judicial affairs and extracurricular activities. Cynthia Sellers, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, presided over the program.
“The overall goal of the sessions is to assist incoming students with making a smooth transition to the Tuskegee University experience,” Sellers said. “These one-day sessions provide students with helpful information they need prior to their arrival on Aug. 14.”
Two more informational sessions will be held June 15 and June 22.
Newly accepted students and their parents attend the informational session on Friday.
Cynthia Sellers, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, presides over the program.
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