College recruitment receptions: bringing the university to the student

@inproceedings{Gilman2006CollegeRR,
  title={College recruitment receptions: bringing the university to the student},
  author={Jean Marie Gilman},
  year={2006}
}
The purpose of this study is to see why students, who attended receptions in Texas, decided to enroll at Louisiana State University and to decide if the receptions are an effective method to recruit students in Texas. These receptions are considered special programming. While normal programming is effective, LSU has looked for ways to go above and beyond these methods. Special programming is another way to, “bring LSU to the student.” These informational receptions for Junior and Senior high… CONTINUE READING

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