As part of Super Warhawk Weekend, the University of Louisiana at Monroe's Office of Recruitment and Admissions invites the community to ULM's annual "Browse on the Bayou," from 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Saturday, March 23. Families with high school juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend this unique recruiting event.
Browse is a specially designed campus visitation day where high school juniors and seniors visit with ULM faculty students about academic degree programs and life at ULM. Students and their parents will also learn about financial aid and scholarships, academic programs, student organizations, and housing. Browse on the Bayou provides prospective ULM students with the opportunity to see what the university has to offer.
"Browse on the Bayou is one of ULM's best recruitment events," said Seth Hall, coordinator of orientation and special programs. "This event gives prospective students the opportunity to view the campus, speak with academic advisers, learn about campus life, and have any remaining questions answered. It gives a comprehensive overview of the university. Students that come to this event will be convinced that ULM is the place for them!"
Students are encouraged to pre-register online and view the schedule at ulm.edu/browse
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