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Feb. 18 Junior/Senior Day introduces high school students to Southeastern
High school students and their parents are invited to "Junior/Senior Day 2006," Saturday, Feb. 18.
The informal and entertaining introduction to the university is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. at the War Memorial Student Union. After checking in, participants can browse academic and other Southeastern-related displays. They can also learn about Southeastern's admissions standards and procedures, campus life and services, financial aid and scholarship opportunities at a 10:30 a.m. session.
Afternoon activities will include lunch and campus tours, including visits to the university's new residential community. Attendees can also learn about Southeastern Scholars, a program designed to give qualified high school students the opportunity to get a jump-start on their college education by earning up to six credit hours per semester prior to graduating from high school.
"This is a great time for high school juniors to begin narrowing down their college choices in order to find the right fit for them," said Anthony Ranatza, Coordinator of Recruiting at Southeastern.
"High School seniors, who have not had the opportunity to visit Southeastern, are also welcome," he added. "Junior/Senior Day is a sneak peak into all the great things Southeastern has to offer."
Participants can register online through the Junior Day button on the Southeastern home page, selu.edu.
For additional information on Junior Day 2006, call 1-800-222-SELU or 985-549-5637.
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Gipson designated 'Community Liaison Officer'
Mike Prescott, acting director of the University Police Department, has announced that Captain Patrick Gipson has been designated "Community Liaison Officer" and will direct a new UPD program designed to respond to community needs.
As Community Liaison Officer, Gipson will meet with student organizations, faculty groups, and staff committees to discuss campus safety and police procedures. He also will be available to make public presentations on security concerns affecting our community.
"The University Police Department sincerely hopes that creating this position will better serve our students, faculty, staff, and guests who may have questions, concerns, or ideas about safety and security at Southeastern," Prescott said.
To arrange a presentation or meeting with our new Community Liaison Officer, Captain Gipson, please call 985-549-2222 or e-mail email@example.com with your request.
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