Baylor Spring Premiere Set For April 20

April 17, 2002

by Melissa Allen, Student Newswriter

The Baylor University Office of Admission Services and Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, will host high school students from across the country during Spring Premiere Saturday, April 20.

The event allows juniors and seniors an opportunity to visit the Baylor campus and learn more about student life and academic offerings.

Beginning at 8 a.m., participants will pick up the Spring Premiere packet at the Ferrell Center. The opening session will begin at 9 a.m., where participants will get the quick facts about Baylor and a schedule of activities.

Students and families may participate in various activities around campus, such as campus tours, residence hall tours, shopping at the Baylor Bookstore and visiting the Baylor bear mascot.

There also will be special interest sessions on admissions, scholarship and financial aid, as well as other topics that are relevant to prospective students and their parents. Prospective students also will have the opportunity to attend presentations by Baylor professors.

For more information, contact the office of admission services at 710-3435.

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