Transfer Day Introduces Students to Universities

 

 

Photo by: Krystie Morrison

Photo by: Krystie Morrison

Kelly Rulison
Copy Editor

Lewis and Clark Community College welcomed more than 38 university and military representatives looking to recruit students on Wednesday, March 8, in The Commons from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Each of the different universities and military branches had booths set up with representatives and information about their places for students to explore. For a complete list of all of the universities and military branches that participated, visit www.lc.edu/News_Story/SpringTransferDay2017.

“This is a brilliant idea for students to see where they would like to go,” said Brenda White, L&C accounting major. “Everyone should take advantage of this day because even if you aren’t sure where you want to go or what you want to do it’s a chance to explore many possibilities.”

Free pizza and refreshments were offered to students while they checked out all of the schools and military branches. There was also a raffle ticket for students who had a representative from any one of the tables fill out. The winner would get a free lunch provided by the school.

“It’s nice of the school to offer incentives to attend events like this and get them here to see the schools,” said Lisa Harrison, L&C Graphic Design major.

If a student plans to transfer from L&C and didn’t make it to Transfer Day, he or she should contact their academic advisor or call (618) 468-2222 to set up an appointment.

For more information about Transfer Day contact Ann Naylor at (618) 468-5101.

krulison@lc.edu