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Thursday, October 23, 2008



BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Office of
Admissions will hold an open house for high school seniors Saturday, Oct. 25.

Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the lobby of Hanley Library, followed by a continental breakfast and time to meet faculty and staff members at Blaisdell Hall.

Dr. James Evans, vice president and dean of students, will welcome students, and Jeff Guterman, associate professor of communications and chairman of the division of communications and the arts, will provide an overview of the academic program.

Parents and prospective students will be split up for the information sessions on academics and student life.

“This gives students and parents a chance to ask the questions that are most important to them,” said Vicky Pingie, associate director of admissions. A student panel organized by Student Government Association president Jessica Visseau and Student Activities Council president Lyndon Orinion will answer questions about student life.

In addition to Visseau, a social studies education major from Shinglehouse, and Orinion, an engineering major from Washington, D.C., students on the panel include Nuwangi Dias, a biology major from Kanata, Ontario; Jasmine Iddings, an English major from Locust Gap; Christopher Hooks, a health and physical education major from Elmira, N.Y.; John Olearnick, a history-political science major from Mount Carmel; and Sherard Thorne, a human relations and sociology major from Washington, D.C.

Students and parents will have a chance to eat brunch on campus, take a tour and learn more about the admissions and financial aid processes from director of admissions Alex Nazemetz.

“This is a great chance for people not only to come see the campus, but also meet the faculty and students,” Pingie said.

Registration is appreciated, but not required. For more information or to register, call 1-814-362-7555 or 1-800-872-1787 or go to www. and click on the admissions link.

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