UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. –University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Oct. 6 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the Raccoon Mountain Room of UT-Chattanooga’s University Center.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs also will attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president, at (423)974-3211.


UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Oct. 7 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the William Blount Ballroom of the Knoxville Hilton, 2100 Alcoa Highway, Alcoa.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs will also attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president at (865)974-3211.


UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

MARTIN, Tenn. — University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Sept. 23 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the foyer of UT-Martin’s Paul Meek Library.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs will also attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president at (865)974-3211.

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UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Sept. 24 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the lobby of the UT-Memphis Student Alumni Center.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs will also attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president at (865)974-3211.


UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Sept. 22 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the Heartland Ballroom of the Garden Plaza Hotel, 1850 Old Fort Parkway.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs will also attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president at (865)974-3211.


UT Hosts 1998 Conference For Counselors

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — University entrance requirements, financial aid and scholarship programs, and the transition to college life will be discussed Oct. 8 at the University of Tennessee’s 1998 Conference for Counselors.

Area high-school guidance counselors, principals and superintendents are invited to attend. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the Taylor Ballroom at the Holiday Inn, 101 W. Springbrook Drive.

Representatives from UT’s undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Staff from UT’s veterinary medicine and health science programs will also attend.

For more information, contact Dr. Katie High, UT associate vice president at (865)974-3211.