UNBSJ faculty members partake in calling campaign for prospective students

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On January 15 as a warm welcome to future UNBSJ students, the UNBSJ Deans of Science, Applied Science and Engineering (SASE), Arts, and Business, alongside other faculty members and colleagues, took part in an organized calling campaign for prospective students. This event gave students the opportunity to get familiar with a place that they may call their home in the near future.

Michael Van Zyll de Jong, Dean of SASE, at the campaign. (Albert Stanica/The Baron)

The goal of the campaign was to introduce both high school and continuing students to the UNBSJ campus and answer any questions they may have about UNBSJ programs; from admissions, academic advising or scholarship opportunities, to athletics and residence life.

The students partaking in this information session include students who have already been accepted into their program of choice and students who are considering UNBSJ as a place where they will pursue their further education. 

The students in attendance were able to speak with a faculty member who could introduce them to their program and welcome them to the school. This event allowed for their specific questions about their program, classes, and curriculum to be answered, and to get a brief introduction of what they can look forward to by attending UNBSJ.  

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