Lewis and Clark’s Open House 2016 Moves Outdoors Sept. 18

Article by: Laura Inlow,
GODFREY – Prospective students are invited to Lewis and Clark Community College’s Godfrey Campus from noon-2 p.m., Sunday, September 18, to hang out and learn about becoming a Trailblazer at the Annual Fall Open House.

Don’t miss this opportunity to speak with program coordinators and academic advisors to learn about the college’s numerous career programs and seamless transfer options. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about financial aid options and take a tram tour of campus.

“Our Fall Open House is a great opportunity for area high school students to see everything that Lewis and Clark has to offer,” said Director of Enrollment and Advising Delfina Dornes. “We know the decision on which college to attend can be daunting and we want to showcase not only our excellent academic programs, but also our friendly and caring staff, who will be on hand to answer any questions about the admissions and/or transfer process.”

New this year, the event is moving outside The Commons, weather permitting.  

In addition to free food and informational tables, visitors will be able to see the college’s fleet vehicles up close––including the Paramedicine/EMT programs’ ambulance, and the Truck Driver Training semi truck and trailer.

Trailblazer Commons, a nearby apartment complex, will also have an informational table for students, and at least one of the new units will be open and available for tours. Student Activities and Student Athletics will also be among those represented at Open House.   

For more information, contact Amanda Mitchell at (618) 468-5001. No RSVP is required, but join the Facebook event for updates at