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Arts and Science Parent/Supporter Information Session

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Jul 29, 2020

Two Arts and Science parent/supporter information sessions are being offered this summer online via WebEx.

This online session is designed to help parents and supporters of new College of Arts and Science students to:

1. become familiar with the university supports available to their students;
2. answer questions parents and supporters may have about university;
3. understand their role in helping their students transition to university.

Wednesday, July 29
6:30–8:30 pm (Saskatchewan time)
Online via WebEx

Follow this link to register

Please be sure to download the WebEx app to your device before joining the session.

A second information session is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 13.

 

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