Lewis and Clark Holds Annual Transfer Day

 

 

Lewis and Clark students (from left to right): Jekiyah Woods, a dentistry major from Florissant Missouri; Anita Holmes, a special education major from Alton, Illinois; Eldin Salmond, a business major from Madison, Illinois; Makayla Stokes, a psychology major, from Waterloo Iowa; and Shania Robinson also from Waterloo, IA; listening to Operations Specialist, Harvest Hines give information about joining The U.S. Navy at the 2014 Transfer Day.

Lewis and Clark students (from left to right): Jekiyah Woods, a dentistry major from Florissant Missouri; Anita Holmes, a special education major from Alton, Illinois; Eldin Salmond, a business major from Madison, Illinois; Makayla Stokes, a psychology major, from Waterloo Iowa; and Shania Robinson also from Waterloo, IA; listening to Operations Specialist, Harvest Hines give information about joining The U.S. Navy at the 2014 Transfer Day.

 Kelly Rulison
Staff Writer

 

Lewis and Clark Community College hosted Transfer Day on Oct. 21 and had representatives visit from over 30 universities, colleges, and military branches.

Some universities in attendance were: Ashford, Butler, Dominican, Hamline, Lincoln Christian, Millikin, National University of Health Sciences, North Dakota State, Purdue, University of Illinois Springfield, and Viterbo.

The attended colleges were: Alverno, Culver-Stockton, and Illinois.Several military branches had representatives available to speak with..

Tables were set up in the Commons to showcase the universities, colleges, and military branches to all the high school students visiting from the surrounding area, as well as the Lewis and Clark students.

All tables had representatives from each school present to answer any questions students had about the school or programs they offered. Many students took advantage of this opportunity to talk with the advisors.

“I’m split between two schools right now, one of them is here so I got to speak to them about their programs,” undecided major, Kelsea Morgan said.

Transfer Day is a way for students to get answers from school recruiters, that cannot always be found on the school’s website.

Differences in cost between colleges and universities, and how far each school will take students through a program were just a few topics covered. It’s also a chance for students to explore other career choices that they wish to pursue.

Transfer Times, a college transfer magazine passed out during Transfer Day, has a $1,000 scholarship award for students who meet specific qualifications.

To enter, students must take the Illinois College Quiz and answer all the questions correctly and fill out an entry form. This can be done by mail or online at transfertimes.com.

Rules to apply for this scholarship are as follows: students must be enrolled as a full-time student at a two or four-year institution, and where the Illinois Edition of Transfer Times is available.

Only one entry per person, photocopies of the printed entry form are prohibited. The scholarship must be used within two years of receiving it.

The scholarship is not transferable, and all admission requirements and other college or university rules must be met.

Additional copies of Transfer Times can be found in the Enrollment Center if needed. For more information on applying for the scholarship or information about transferring, go to transfertimes.com.

 
Contact Kelly at krulison@lc.edu