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Education briefs – 3-23

Pfeiffer open house MISENHEIMER n Prospective students, especially high school juniors, who want a first-hand glimpse of Pfeiffer University and want to learn more about the institution, are invited to attend Falcon Preview Day April 12.
Sponsored by the Office of Admissions, the open house gives high school and transfer students, their families, school counselors and teachers an opportunity to visit the Pfeiffer campus and learn about academic programs and campus life. Participants will attend sessions about admission requirements, scholarships and financial aid, academics, student life, athletics and more.
There will be campus tours and a chance to meet students and faculty and learn about Pfeiffer’s wide range of academic programs.
The series of events will be held on the Misenheimer campus in the Henry Pfeiffer Chapel and Jane Freeman Hall from 9 a.m. n 1 p.m. and lunch will be provided. Individual campus visits may be scheduled through the Office of Admissions, during the week and on certain Saturday mornings by appointment. For more information, call 704-463-3060 or 800-338-2060 option 1.

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