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Cheyney University of PA Takes Admissions Process on the Road

March 25, 2013

 At a time when high school students around the nation are making their final decisions about colleges, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania representatives visited several communities in the northeast to reach prospective college students who might be looking for a quality education from a supportive and diverse liberal arts university.

On Wednesday, March 27, 2013, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania personnel hit the road to tell Pennsylvania and New York area high school students, transfer students and communities what Cheyney has to offer and to help potential students enroll.
 
The outreach event, Destination Cheyney University: Your Next Stop!, went to Darby, PA, Center City Philadelphia, White Plains and Harlem, NY.  Potential students and their families  had an opportunity during the two to three hour stops to talk with Cheyney admissions and financial aid staff about higher education and the opportunities available to them at Cheyney University’s beautiful suburban campus.
 
Admissions and financial aid staff  were prepared to spend time counseling students, accepting students on the spot if they had their documentation, such as official transcripts and standardized test scores, and providing fee waivers for new applicants  visiting  any of the venues while CU staff are there.
 
Cheyney University President Michelle Howard-Vital, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Suzanne Philips, Director of Enrollment Management Dr. Eric Hilton, and Chief of Staff and Deputy to the President Sheilah Vance, Esq. are among the administrators participating in some of the trips.