Snow day makeup may short BGSU tour PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 February 2014 09:42
Bowling Green State University expects about a thousand prospective students and their parents to campus Monday for the university's annual Presidents' Day Open House.
The particularly harsh weather though is apparently putting a bit of a crimp in attendance.
University spokesman David Kielmeyer said reservations were down "slightly."
The likely reason, he said, is because a number of school districts will now be in session. The districts are trying to make up for snow days taken since the beginning of the year.
Visiting students will check in at The Wolfe Center for the Arts for the event that runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Representatives from college offices and more than 40 student services areas on campus, including admissions, financial aid and housing, will be available to answer questions.
The university is in session, so some classes will be open to visitors.
The university will also offer sessions on what students can expect during their first year of college. Attendees will learn first-hand how to navigate possible transitions and build a strong base for academic and social success at BGSU. Additional information sessions will cover leadership opportunities and identifying the right major to meet career goals.
Campus tours will be offered throughout the day.

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