LDCC students get a chance to see what opportunities Grambling State has to offer
GRAMBLING, LA — Louisiana Delta Community College will be hosting “GSU Day at Delta” on Wednesday (October 16) to introduce Delta students to four-year degree options at Grambling State University, its neighbor and higher education friend to the east.
Most of the GSU Day activities will take place at the Louisiana Delta Community College Conference Center in Monroe, starting at 11 a.m. After a program in the center, however, participants will move to the college’s commons area and amphitheater for some entertainment. Members of Grambling State University’s World Famed Tiger Marching Band will join cheer squad members and Orchesis Dance Company dancers to share some of GSU’s student activity and life.
Delta Chancellor Barbara M. Hanson will host GSU President Frank G. Pogue and members of his administration, faculty and staff for the informative and fun event. The collaborative effort between the institutions’ student affairs offices is aimed at providing Delta students an opportunity to interact with Grambling State representatives in one place with a chance to learn about specific degree programs and to ask questions. GSU representatives from admissions, residential life, financial aid, the registrar’s office and student activities will be available. The LDCC SGA will provide some light refreshments.
Louisiana Delta Community College is an open admissions community college focused on serving northeast Louisiana citizens with support from the Louisiana Community and Technical College System, its faculty and staff. The main campus is in Monroe with additional campuses in Bastrop, Farmerville, Ruston, West Monroe, and Winnsboro.
Grambling State University has more than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offers more than 45-degree programs.
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