A team of five people from USU came in on April 27 to talk to any students that wanted to know about USU and the financials and the programs. They met with students in the Counseling Center from 10:30 to 12:35.
Though many went with the intent to talk about financial aid, students found themselves talking to the representatives that came. Senior Austin Baugh took this time to ask about the different programs and different financial options. “I talked to them, and USU is going to be a good time. I’m going to be studying psychology up there and it should be a great time.”
"USU is going to be a good time."
Martin Suasnavas, a senior, also took this time to ask about what the priorities you need to keep (and have) so that you can be capable to participate in the school which they quickly informed. He said he learned that it’s important to keep a GPA high enough to get into school.
Another senior, Marvin Rosales, also spoke to the financial aid representative as he had problems filling out the paperwork. “Yeah I found out it’s actually easier than I thought, but I still need help, to be honest.” Rosales is going on a mission but still doesn’t know where, but when he comes back he is planning to go to Weber State University.
The arrival of the USU staff couldn't be more perfect because they have seniors at the end of the year and still wondering what to do and where to go for college or university.
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