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Green River to host College Signing Day for local high school students

By Philip Denman, May 10, 2017

Image of College Signing Day poster

Hundreds of local area high school students will flood Green River College’s main Auburn Campus May 12 to participate in College Signing Day.

An estimated 200 graduating seniors from the Auburn, Enumclaw, Kent, Tahoma school districts and Muckleshoot Tribal Schools will meet in the Mel Lindbloom Student Union’s Grand Hall at 8:30 a.m.

According to Kiana Fuega, director, Outreach and Recruitment, students will participate in early registration for Fall Quarter, attend a resource fair and have the opportunity to win prizes throughout the day.

“College Signing Day is an exciting way to get local students enrolled and ready for their first year as a Green River Gator,” Fuega said.

Representatives from across campus will participate in the resource fair, answering questions ranging from financial aid and student government, to athletics and student clubs.

The event is sponsored by the Welcome Center, Career and Advising Center, and Outreach and Recruitment.

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