Open house to assist minority adult students
Published on August 25, 1993
Open house to assist minority adult students OPEN HOUSE TO ENCOURAGE MINORITY ADULTS TO ATTEND COLLEGE John Middleton, director of field relations for Ohio State University's College of Education, will speak at an open house Thursday, Sept. 9, for adults of color who are interested in beginning or returning to college. Middleton, who is the immediate past superintendent of Columbus City Schools, will talk on the theme of "Pathway to Opportunities." The open house will be 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Stecker Lounge of the Ohio Union, 1739 N. High St. The open house is free and the public is invited. Ohio State's Continuing Education Minority Program sponsors the open house each year to provide information about programs and services for non-traditional students of color. The Continuing Education Minority Program, a part of the Office of Continuing Education, recruits and assists adult students of color with academic counseling, course scheduling and financial aid. Registration for the open house is encouraged, but isn't required. For registration or more information, contact Anyango Smith or Cynthia Collins at 292-8860. # [Submitted by: STERRETT (firstname.lastname@example.org) Wed, 25 Aug 93 17:05:32 EST] All documents are the responsibility of their originator.