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Briefs............. September 12, 1997
Human Resources to welcome visitors September 25
A special express shuttle service will provide transportation from the Student Union every 20 minutes, beginning at 3 p.m.
The department is located at 9 Walters Avenue, at the Depot campus.
Open house for prospective
students scheduled for September 28
The event is an opportunity for interested students and their guests to gain information about UConn, tour the campus, and learn first-hand about the University's academic programs before filling out their applications.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. at the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion. The open house will include academic presentations at various schools and colleges; presentations about the freshman and transfer process, student financial aid and scholarships; and a resource fair, with booths providing information on a variety of programs, including student life and student support services.
The University also holds an open house in the spring for those already admitted for the next academic year.
For more information, call the admissions office at (860) 486-3137.
Cornucopia Fest '97
to coincide with admissions open house
Cornucopia Fest '97 will feature guided tours through the UConn Forest; hayrides; ailing plants diagnosed by the Plant Doctor; Ask the Vet; and plants for sale. Other booths will allow you to measure your body's calorie consumption, visit the Laboratory for Earth Resources Information Systems (LERIS) and look through the College's window on the world, surf the Internet, learn about fish in Connecticut's ponds, and buy items at an auction to benefit the College.
Cornucopia Fest '97 coincides with the University's admissions open house.