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‘Interested Students Day’ Provides Much to Hold Their Interest

A prospective student explores the college’s “Interactive Broker” live brokerage software during a session led by Roy A. Fletcher, assistant professor of business administration/banking and finance.
A prospective student explores the college’s “Interactive Broker” live brokerage software during a session led by Roy A. Fletcher, assistant professor of business administration/banking and finance.
Mark A. Ciavarella, assistant professor of business administration/management, talks with a potential student during a “meet and greet.”
Mark A. Ciavarella, assistant professor of business administration/management, talks with a potential student during a “meet and greet.”
Attending a hands-on demonstration
Attending a hands-on demonstration
Michael D. Shipman, instructor of business administration/accounting, attends a session and answers questions.
Michael D. Shipman, instructor of business administration/accounting, attends a session and answers questions.
Admissions Representative Mark R. Capellazzi provides information about the college and its business and accounting majors.
Admissions Representative Mark R. Capellazzi provides information about the college and its business and accounting majors.

The School of Business & Hospitality invited students who have applied or been accepted to the college’s business and accounting majors to an “Interested Students Day” on Feb. 26. While here, the prospective students were welcomed by the school’s dean and assistant dean, were treated to lunch with faculty, attended hands-on demonstrations in social media marketing and the college’s live brokerage software, and had the opportunity to sit in on a Principles of Management class session taught by Terry A. Girdon, professor of business administration/management. Later, they participated in a meet-and-greet with accounting and business faculty and admissions staff.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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