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Homecoming is for high school students, too

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On October 4, Geneva College will welcome alumni, community members, family and friends for Homecoming 2008. With fun-filled events for adults and kids of all ages, Homecoming is also a great time for high school students to explore Geneva’s campus.

Students can schedule a tour of campus and visit with an admissions counselor on Saturday morning. Then, throughout the day, they can enjoy the sidewalk festival, live music performances, and the Golden Tornadoes football game.

“Homecoming is a great way to expose prospective college students to the campus, the people and the special bond of the Geneva community,” says Dean of Admissions Dave Layton. “Taking the extra step to schedule a tour of campus and visit with an admissions counselor really completes the experience for high school students.”

You can schedule appointments online by clicking here or by calling 800-847-8255. Please note that the phone number listed in the Homecoming brochure is incorrect. We apologize for this error.

For more information on Homecoming, click here


 

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