Colleges traditionally host open houses to inform high school students more about that college with a goal to convince incoming college freshmen on why that college is a good choice.
SUNY Oswego held its first Open House of the year this past Monday, October 10. Students from all across the United States came to visit Oswego, hoping to maybe become a future laker.
Not only does Open House effect the high school students, but it gives the Suny Oswego students the chance to flaunt their amazing clubs, sports, and of course…education.
Hundreds of students came to the Columbus Day open house, hoping to learn more about Suny Oswego. These students were given campus tours including the dorms, and many informative meetings to learn about education at Suny Oswego.
I got the chance to speak to a student about his experience while his group were walking through the resident halls, “From attending Open House, my favorite part was touring the Technology wing. The tours were very helpful, and you really got a feel of what campus is like. I love the location of the campus, and the buildings seem very up to date.” said Adam, a senior from Buffalo.
Open House is always a great way for SUNY Oswego students to look for community service hours. If you are interested in working Open House or attending an Open House session, there are two more this semester. October 29 and November 11.