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AASU to Host Open House April 13

Savannah, GA—The Office of Recruitment at Armstrong Atlantic State University will host a Campus Open House on Saturday, April 13. The event is being held for prospective students who are new to college or are reentry students. Men and women whose academic goals were deferred or interrupted for reasons of work, family, or other commitments are encouraged to attend to learn more about what the university has to offer in the way of flexible class scheduling. The open house will be held from 10:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. in AASU's University Hall. The public is invited to attend.

The open house is intended to "orient potential students with university life," said Melanie Mirande, assistant director of recruiting at Armstrong Atlantic. Professors will be on hand with specifics about the various degrees, financial aid, scholarships, study abroad, and other programs offered by the university. Campus tours also will be provided, and participants will have the opportunity to interact with students and faculty.

For an instant admission decision bring a completed AASU application of admission and an application fee of $20; an official high school transcript or G.E.D. scores; official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended (if applicable); and SAT or ACT scores (if applicable).

Armstrong Atlantic has released the schedule of classes for the Summer and Fall 2002 semesters. The complete schedule of classes can be viewed online at www.ship.armstrong.edu. For more information, contact AASU's Office of Recruitment at 927.5232. For more information on the class schedules, call the admissions office at 927.5278.

Armstrong Atlantic offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Health Professions, the College of Education, the School of Computing, and the School of Graduate Studies. Nearly 5,700 students and 250 faculty members are currently a part of the university.

March 21, 2002


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