College and Health Fair at Brookhaven College
Release Date March 6
Encourage your students to attend the College and Health Fair on March 13 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. They will be able to meet with representatives from colleges and universities to discuss transfer options.
In addition to learning about majors and career paths at different institutions, students can do a bit for their health as well. Wellness screenings will be available as well as dental, vision, chiropractic and skin care professionals.
The fair will be held in the Student Services Center Lobby. Coordinated by the Advising Center, the event features an interactive atmosphere so students can mix, mingle and get answers to their questions. Contact advising at 972-860-4883 or bhcAdvising@dcccd.edu.
Editor's note: for interviews, photo opportunities and media support, please contact Meridith Danforth, director for marketing and public information, 972-860-4823, or the Marketing and Public Information Office, 972-860-4700, main number, bhcInfo@dcccd.edu. After hours, please call the college Police Department and ask them to contact the media liaison on duty. To receive news updates via e-mail from Brookhaven College, please send an e-mail to bhcNewsList@dcccd.edu with your name and e-mail address for text-only news items.
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