Southeastern representatives visit with students and parents about what the University has to offer.
DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State was well represented Thursday night at Sherman (Texas) High School’s Bilingual Night.
The event, held for the second time, offers students and parents a chance to learn more about higher education opportunities in the area. Southeastern representatives answered questions regarding academic programs, financial aid, and admissions requirements.
Attending from Southeastern were interim president Dr. Bryon Clark, Spanish professor Dr. Daniel Althoff, recruiter Steven Harris, student Yoselin Rodriguez-Diaz, who is a sophomore chemistry major from Broken Bow, and director of university communications Alan Burton.
“We appreciate the invitation from Sherman to be a part of this event,’’ President Clark said. “We believe Southeastern has a lot to offer students, and this is one way we can communicate that to the north Texas community.’’
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