CU Saturday offers high school students glimpse into Cameron University

High school students and their parents will have an opportunity to get a firsthand glimpse of what Cameron University has to offer during the university’s CU Saturday 2011 Spring Preview Day. The annual event, scheduled for Saturday, March 5, allows prospective students to get a head start on planning for college by providing information on admission procedures, financial assistance and scholarships. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the McMahon Centennial Complex; the program gets underway at 9:30 a.m.

“High school juniors and seniors from throughout the region are invited to join us for this preview day,” says Jamie Glover, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. “Cameron University provides a complete collegiate experience in addition to offering exceptional academic programs at an affordable cost. CU Saturday is the ideal opportunity for prospective students and their parents to get a glimpse of everything Cameron offers.”

CU President Cindy Ross will welcome visitors to campus and will provide an overview of the amenities and benefits that can be found at Cameron. Current CU students will share why Cameron is their University of Choice, and Cameron staff members will share valuable information about scholarships, financial aid, admissions and student services. CU Saturday attendees will have the chance to visit with Cameron faculty, staff and current students during a browsing fair where they can explore the variety of academic programs and student activities that Cameron offers. In addition, CU’s Aggie Ambassadors will conduct campus tours and share their own experiences as CU students.

CU Saturday is a great opportunity to experience Cameron University. 


February 24, 2011