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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

PITT-BRADFORD ADMISSIONS OFFICE PLANS OPEN HOUSE FOR FEBRUARY 7

Open House At Admissions Office

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Office of

Admissions will hold an open house for high school juniors and seniors and transfer students beginning at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7.

Registration will take place in the lobby of the Hanley library, followed by a time for prospective students and their parents to meet members of the faculty and staff in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby of Blaisdell Hall.

Dr. Livingston Alexander, president, will welcome students, and Dr. Carys Evans-Corrales, professor of Spanish, will lead a program on college academics, while a student panel organized by Student Government Association president Jessica Visseau will answer questions about student life.

Students serving on the panel will be Immanuel Diamant, a psychology major from New Hope; Chris Hooks, a health and physical education major from Elmira, N.Y.; Andrew Hwang, a business management major from Horsham; Lyndon Orinion, an engineering major from Washington, D.C.; Dominick Resto-Harper, a nursing major from York; Alyssa Smith, a business management major from Erie; Sherard Thorne, a human relations major from Washington, D.C.; and Visseau, an English education major from Shinglehouse.

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

Following the panel discussions, student ambassadors will conduct campus tours followed by a tailgate party and men’s basketball game versus Frostburg State University.

“The program is designed to provide our visitors with the total Pitt-Bradford experience,” said Vicky Pingie, associate director of admissions. “Faculty, staff and current students will be available to answer questions, tour campus and provide information on admissions, financial aid, scholarship opportunities and much more.”

Already 135 families from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Ohio and Maryland have registered to attend, Pingie said.

Registration is appreciated, but not required. To register online, go to www. upb.pitt.edu and click on the open house button at the bottom of the page.

There are two other chances to visit campus in a group setting in February. First Friday on Feb. 6 begins at 10 a.m. in the admissions office, located off the lobby of the Hanley Library building. The visit includes a presentation by the admissions office, a tour conducted by a student ambassador and lunch in the KOA Dining Hall.

A Saturday information session will be held at 1 p.m. Feb. 28 and includes a tour and an opportunity to speak with an admissions counselor.

For more information or to register for any of the admissions events, call the admissions office at 1-814-362-7555 or 1-800-872-1787.

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