For release: Oct. 8, 2012News and Media Relations contact: Randy Weiler, 615-898-5616 or Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu
MURFREESBORO — Nearly 100 academically talented prospective MTSU students attended the True Blue Experience on Friday, Oct. 5.
During the day, they not only toured campus and visited the university’s housing and residential life facilities, but they also heard about the University Honors College from Dean John Vile in the Keathley University Center Theater.
They also attended academic presentations from seven of the MTSU’s nine colleges in the new Student Union Building.
There also were special sessions for prospective transfers.
MTSU will hold a Fall Preview Day on Saturday, Oct. 20, and a second True Blue Experience on Friday, Nov. 16.
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Gabriella Armour, left, of Pleasant Shade, Tenn., and her mother, Nona, listen as Dr. George Riordan, director of the MTSU School of Music, answers their questions Friday, Oct. 5, during an academic presentation from the College of Liberal Arts at the MTSU True Blue Experience. Gabriella Armour is a senior at Smith County High School in Carthage and is interested in anthropology and music. (MTSU photo by News and Media Relations)
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