Open houses and a partnership fair give future students a chance to learn more about options that are close by
Lakeland will host “Holden University Center Nights” on the last Wednesday of each month (with the exception of April) from March through August, from 6 -7 p.m. at the Holden University Center, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, 44094. The first information is slated for March 28.
A partnership fair will be held on Sunday, April 29 from noon –3 p.m. with representatives from each of the six partner institutions. Those interested in pursuing a bachelor's or graduate degree at the university center are encouraged to attend the partnership fair to speak directly with university partners. The university center opened its doors last fall and currently offers 13 degree programs with more expected to come.
The Holden University Center Nights will provide a general overview focusing on how to get started on the path to earning a bachelor's or graduate degree through the university center.
Participants will be introduced to the programs available through the Holden University Center and learn about the state-of-the-art learning environment.
“Along with working adults looking to pursue an MBA, evening sessions and the weekend partnership fair will allow traditional high school, as well as first and second year college students and their parents to learn what they need to do to get started on earning their degree,” said Kristina Willey, director at the Holden University Center. “We look forward to welcoming visitors and showing them the facility. We intend to show them what it means to ‘stay here and go far’ in Lake County,” said Willey.
To register for an upcoming event at the Holden University Center, visit http://ow.ly/9BLzM.