The Trojan Challenge extended to recent grads

6/12/2013, 3:04 p.m.
Virginia State University (VSU) is holding its Trojan Challenge for those interested in graduate school.

— Did you just graduate from high school or community college and are unsure about the next step in your life? Perhaps graduate school is the path to further your career or enhance your opportunities?

On consecutive Wednesdays, June 19 and June 26, from noon to 7 p.m. in Foster Hall, VSU is holding the Trojan Challenge. Recent high school and community college graduates, along with those interested in graduate school, are invited to visit campus and meet with Admissions staff. If you meet VSU’s requirements, the University will offer admission that same day. Financial aid staff will be on-hand to share options, including any scholarships for which applicants may be eligible, or to just guide you through the Financial Aid application process. VSU staff will provide information on academic programs and lead campus tours. Preregistration is not required, but those interested can receive advance information by e-mailing admiss@vsu.edu or Transferadmissions@vsu.edu.

The event will offer food, music and fun, along with the chance to change your life! All you need to bring is a copy of high school or college transcripts and verification of an SAT or ACT score. VSU is waiving the $25 application fee for anyone willing to accept the Trojan Challenge on these days.

If you have what it takes to accept the Trojan Challenge, plan on visiting VSU on Wednesday, June 19 or Wednesday, June 26. Learn how Virginia State University can build a better world, for you and your family.

For more information, please visit www.vsu.edu or follow the conversation on Twitter with #TrojanChallenge.