The fall 2011 Open House series ended with a banner day on December 4 - a total of 182 students and nearly 500 total people were hosted on campus. With 441 students and 1,213 people in total on campus across three events, the Enrollment Management team is happy to report that the series was very successful.
The college visit is an important element in a student’s college selection process, and continues to be a leading factor in student’s final college decision. Many attendees of the 2011 series expressed that they enjoyed an informative and fun day on campus. Many of the evaluations noted that the academic sessions were very helpful and provided meaningful information about majors and career options.
Additional positive feedback came from the campus tours. Numerous attendees expressed their satisfaction with campus facilities and noted that student ambassadors (pictured at left) were enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The open houses were made successful by the support received from the University’s faculty, staff, and students.
The Enrollment Management team is looking forward to cultivating these student relationships throughout the spring semester.