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College and Career Event for Adults draws prospective students from seven counties

Held Saturday morning, April 23, in the UC, APSUs second annual College and Career Event for Adults was an unqualified success, according to Janet Velazquez, admissions counselor and chair of the planning committee.

Twenty-three of the 47 prospective students and their guests were from Montgomery County. The remainder came from Robertson, Maury, Houston, Davidson and Dickson counties, as well as from Christian County, Ky. Although there were several considering transfer from another college, the majority registered as adult learners.
Held Saturday morning, April 23, in the UC, APSU's second annual College and Career Event for Adults was an unqualified success, according to Janet Velazquez, admissions counselor and chair of the planning committee.

Twenty-three of the 47 prospective students and their guests were from Montgomery County. The remainder came from Robertson, Maury, Houston, Davidson and Dickson counties, as well as from Christian County, Ky. Although there were several considering transfer from another college, the majority registered as “adult learners.”

In participant evaluations of the day's events, most checked “Excellent” overall, with 36 giving an “Excellent” rating to the day's motivational speaker, alumnus Fred Landiss, senior vice president of F & M Bank and director of marketing and public relations.
—Dennie Burke