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Variety in MTSU Department Fair draws students’ interest

More than 30 MTSU departments provided information and answered several hundred new, transfer and returning students’ questions Thursday, Sept. 3, during the annual Department Fair in the Student Union Commons.

 MTSU freshmen Eric Manger, left, and Brianna Johnson, both 18, check out pamphlets provided by Health Promotion Director Lisa Schrader Thursday (Sept. 3) during the annual Department Fair in the Student Union Commons. Manger is a computer science major from Hermitage, Tenn., while Johnson is a premed (science) major from Columbia, Tenn. Health Promotion was one of more than 30 departments represented at the event. (MTSU photos by Randy Weiler)


MTSU freshmen Eric Manger, left, and Brianna Johnson check out brochures provided by Health Promotion Director Lisa Schrader, right, Sept. 3 during the annual Department Fair in the Student Union Commons. Manger is a computer science major from Hermitage, Tennessee, while Johnson is a premed science major from Columbia, Tennessee. Health Promotion was one of more than 30 departments represented at the event. (MTSU photos by News and Media Relations)

There was plenty of variety — military science, athletics, education abroad and more — for the students to consider.

The Department Fair is one of numerous Week of Welcome events available for students to attend when they are not in the classroom.

The Campus Recreation Center, Health Promotion, Health Services/MTSU Pharmacy, the MTSU Police Department, MT BluePrint, the Department of Recording Industry and the University College were among the departments and offices with representatives on hand to talk with students.

For more information about the event, contact the Office of New Student and Family Program by calling 615-898-2454.

— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)

Freshmen Jazmine Cardoza, right, and Shanaya Taylor, both 18, listen as marketing assistant professor Lucy Matthews shares information about her program during the annual Department Fair Thursday (Sept. 3) in the Student Union Commons. Cardoza is a business management major from Alamo, Tenn. Taylor is an undeclared major from Covington, Tenn. (MTSU photo by Randy Weiler)

Freshmen Jazmine Cardoza, right, and Shanaya Taylor listen as marketing assistant professor Lucy Matthews shares information about her program during the annual Department Fair Sept. 3 in the Student Union Commons. Cardoza is a business management major from Alamo, Tennessee, and Taylor is an undeclared major from Covington, Tennessee.

 

 

 

 

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