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Lion Ambassadors To Host Virtual Meetings For Prospective Students

Many high school students are facing the difficulty of choosing their college without the usual step of an accepted students day or one last campus visit, as schools around the country have canceled in-person classes for the remainder of the semester.

Penn State’s Lion Ambassadors are responding to this problem by offering Zoom video chat sessions to prospective students making the all-important life decision of where to spend the next four years.

These Zoom meetings will offer students the chance to ask questions about life at Penn State that they would normally bring to an on-campus tour.

The sessions will be tailored to the student’s potential interests and major while also covering the general information that would normally be included in a campus tour.

Prospective and accepted students can sign up for a Zoom call three days in advance of their desired date by filling out a form here.

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