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SHRP Recruitment Events

SHRP hosts two open house events each year, Program Focus Day in the fall and Program Awareness Day in the spring, for prospective students.

Program Awareness Day

Our spring open house event, Program Awareness Day, is scheduled for March 6, 2020. This event is designed to acquaint potential students with all the allied health programs offered at the School of Health Related Professions. 

Each profession is different; seeing the displays and demonstrations, as well as talking with current student and faculty, will help to clarify your career goals in a way no catalog or brochure can. The event begins with a brief introductory session which will include a brief welcome and overview of the School of Health Related Professions. Guests will then have the opportunity to visit displays and demonstrations is a "college Fair" like setting to learn more about each of the programs. For additional details about Program Awareness Day, please CLICK HERE.

Pre-registration for this event is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome!

Free parking is available at Veterans Memorial Stadium, on North State Street. For parking and shuttle details, please view the above links.

Program Focus Day

Our fall open house event, Program Focus Day, is scheduled for Nov. 6, 2020. This event is designed to acquaint potential students who have completed high school, are attending college, or have graduated, and are interested in applying or learning more about the programs available at the School of Health Related Professions.  

Program Focus Day allows guests to visit with up to two (2) of our programs in a small group setting.  In these small groups, information will be presented about the program in general, program academics, and the application process.  There will be a time for questions and answers with program faculty, staff, and possibly current students. 

Check back in August 2020 for registration information and additional details.  



*If you are trying to register a group for either event, contact DeAnn Walter.