Thursdays, 12 - 1 p.m in the University - check out the agenda for spring semester
Thursday, February 25
What in the world is an Associate Degree in Transfer? If you want to learn more about "The Degree with a Guarantee" stop by this Transfer
Thursday information session. See if your major is offered as part of this guarantee
and what it could mean for you!
Thursday, March 10
Aligning your Major with your Career: Have you ever met anyone who graduated with a bachelor's degree and can't find a job? Make
sure your're not one of these people. Attend a short presentation on aligning your
major with your career by gaining experience while at Allan Hancock College and your
prospective university. Don't wait until it's too late to gain experience!
Thursday, March 31
Are you Nervous about the Transfer Process? If so, plan to attend this informal session to talk about the anxieties and concerns
you may have about the transfer process. A counselor will be here to answer all of
your questions. This is the perfect session for new, continuing and ready to transfer
Thursday, April 7
So you want to go to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo? Come hear from a former Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo admissions representative about
everything you need to know to become a competitive applicant.
Thursday, May 12
Have youBeen Accepted to a University? Congratulations, you've been accepted! Now what? Attend this event to find out all
of the final steps you need to take before leaving Allan Hancock College.
Ross University School of Medicine and School of Veterinary Medicine
Presentation Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 12:30-1:30 pm in bldg. W-31
Come learn about the RUSM and RUSVM's track record of providing high quality medical
and veterinary education to prospective physicians and veterinarians. Highlights
include: Eligibility for licensure and practice in all 50 states, Canada and Puerto
Rico; Graduated over 11,000 physicians since 1978; graduated over 3,500 veterinarians
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