U of G Gears Up for Campus Days
March 11, 2009 - News Release
The University of Guelph expects to welcome up to 3,000 prospective undergraduate students and their family members to Campus Days March 19 and 20.
Hundreds of U of G faculty, staff and student volunteers will be on hand to talk about all facets of university life, ranging from academic programs to campus services and organizations.
Campus Days activities will include academic information sessions, academic and student services resource displays and campus walking tours.
Students who have applied to or are interested in the bachelor of applied science, bachelor of arts, bachelor of commerce or the bachelor of landscape architecture programs are invited to attend March 19.
Students who have applied to or are interested in the bachelor of arts and sciences, bachelor of bioresource management, bachelor of computing, bachelor of engineering, bachelor of science, bachelor of science in agriculture, bachelor of science in environmental sciences, bachelor of science in technology, or associate Diploma in Turfgrass Management program are invited to attend on March 20.
All participants are encouraged to register on the Campus Days website. The full-day program begins at 9:30 a.m. in the main gym of the W.F. Mitchell Athletics Centre.
Parking lots P14 and P15 will be reserved for Campus Days visitors March 19 and 20. Members of the campus community are encouraged to park in P13, P18 and P19 as parking spaces will be limited.
More information is available online or by calling Nicole Shepard at 519, 824-4120, Ext. 56716.
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