June 16, 2005
One hundred and seventy-one first-year students and 23 transfer students have already registered for fall classes during the first two of four summer registration days held on Friday, June 10, and Saturday, June 11, at Morningside College. Nearly 50 students and their parents are expected for the third summer registration day on Friday, July 15. The fourth summer registration day is scheduled for Friday, July 29.
Joel Weyand, director of admissions at Morningside, said additional students will register on an individual basis if they are unable to attend a scheduled summer registration day.
Summer registration days provide an opportunity for new and transferring students to meet each other, visit with faculty, determine fall class schedules, learn about campus organizations and activities, tour campus facilities, interact with Morningside upperclassmen, and meet with financial aid advisors. Students and parents will also have the opportunity to attend individual and joint sessions to learn about campus life and college policies and to ask questions.
For information about attending Morningside College, contact the Admissions office.