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UWFox Hosts 'College Preview Day' & 'Open House'

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The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is hosting two upcoming informational sessions that will allow prospective student to learn more about what the Menasha campus has to offer. 

“College Preview Day” is being held on Wednesday, November 12, starting at 9:00 a.m. The session is targeted at high school students and parents of high school students. The session is being held in the campus’ Union.

On Tuesday, November 11, an "Open House" for prospective adult student (typically over the age of 22) is being held between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the Student Services office.

Those attending the "College Preview Day" will get information about admission to UWFox as well as financial aid programs that are available to college students. In addition, a panel of current UWFox students and faculty members will share their thoughts and perspectives about college life, and what incoming college students can expect when they begin their own collegiate experience.

Other activities scheduled for UWFox’s "College Preview Day" include a welcoming presentation by campus leaders; a special show in the Barlow Planetarium; an optional tour of the campus; a question and answer session with members of the UWFox Student Services staff; and, free admission to the campus’ mid-day entertainment.

The "Open House" session is designed to provide an opportunity for adult students to meet one on one with a Student Services advisor to learn about admission requirements, available classes, selecting a major, bachelor’s degree programs, financial aid, and transfer options to other campuses.

Pre-registration for the "College Preview Day" is requested, while the "Open House" is designed to be a drop-in opportunity. More information about either or both sessions can be obtained and pre-registration and can be done by calling  920-832-2620  or by emailing foxinfo@uwc.edu.

Posted 11/04/2008