Greene County high school students and their parents are invited to an informational Parent’s Night program on Monday, Dec. 16, at Tusculum College.
Featured will be a representative from the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation who will discuss financial aid and planning during the program to be held in the Chalmers Conference Center in the Niswonger Commons on the Tusculum campus. Students from all the Greene County high schools and Greeneville High School are invited to come to the program.
The admission process and selection of the “right” college or university will also be addressed during the event, which is the result of a partnership between the Greene County Schools and Tusculum College with support from the Rural College Summit grant.
“We are pleased to be able to work together with the Greene County Schools to offer this opportunity to provide valuable information to local families,” said Dr. Tom Stein, vice president for enrollment management at Tusculum. “The world of financial aid can be challenging to navigate and families need to be informed before they undertake the process. Choosing the best college or university for a student’s interests and aptitudes is also a process that should be completed with a great deal of forethought and planning.”
“The college is also pleased to be able to provide this service to the local community as a way to show its appreciation for the support it receives from Greeneville and Greene County,” he added.
Registration and light appetizers will be available until 5:15 p.m. and the program will begin at 6 p.m.
Reservations for the program are requested. The reservation deadline is Dec. 6.
Registration forms are available in the guidance offices of the local high schools and by contacting Tusculum College.
For more information or to obtain a registration form, please call the Tusculum Office of Admission at 423-636-7304. Registration may also be completed online.