'Choices' Opportunity for Treasure Valley High School Seniors To Visit ISU Is October 4
September, 23, 2003
Pocatello - "Choices," an opportunity for Treasure Valley high school seniors to visit and explore Idaho State University, is Saturday, Oct. 4.
The "Choices" experience includes campus tours, an information fair, the ISU-Eastern Washington University football game, a campus-wide post-game dance, and the opportunity to stay overnight in Reed Gym on the ISU campus.
"More than 300 students attend 'Choices' every year and love it," says Chantel Wilde, admissions specialist for the ISU Office of Enrollment Planning and Academic Services. "'Choices' is our opportunity to showcase ISU and is a chance to help prospective students experience what makes our campus great. Faculty and staff enjoy the benefit of getting to know these students and developing relationships with them and students are impressed by the personal attention they receive."
The information fair, in the Pond Student Union Building (PSUB) Ballroom, offers students the opportunity to meet with representatives from academic departments and student organizations and learn about the technology available at ISU.
Free time in the afternoon offers a variety of activities at Reed Gym, PSUB, and Hutchinson Quadrangle in the center of campus. The $15 registration fee, payable in advance or on arrival, includes a T-shirt, all-you-can-eat meals including lunch and dinner Saturday and breakfast Sunday at an ISU dining hall, and all activities including the football game.
A "Choices" bus will pick up and return Treasure Valley students in Nampa and Boise. Call 685-6771 for bus information. Visit http://www.isu.edu/enroll/choices.html or call 208-282-3277 for additional information or to make a reservation.