Event to Connect USD, American Indian Students
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Inside USD -- It’s a busy time for visitors to the University of San Diego campus. Hundreds of prospective students and their parents are taking a tour, asking questions, learning more about programs and seeing if USD is the right fit. On April 6, an expected 60-70 people — some high school students, some younger siblings and parents — will be on campus for the same thing, but the impact, in many respects, is far greater..
The university will host its inaugural College Connections Conference, sponsored by USD’s All Nations Institute for Community Achievement (ANICA), from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theatre. This event is geared specifically to provide American Indian students and their families with valuable information, firsthand exposure to USD and, in general, a clear message about higher education. (Full Story)