SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
9-9:30am CHECK IN @ the Stein Gallery, Elizabeth Boatwright Coker Performing Arts Center
9:30-10am WELCOME @ the Watson Theater, Elizabeth Boatwright Coker Performing Arts Center
10:10-10:40am SERVICE PROJECT @ RTC, Activity Room
10:50-11:20am STUDENTS TO STUDENTS @ Davidson Auditorium, Davidson Hall
11:30-12pm BREAKOUT SESSION (CHOOSE FROM 3 DIFFERENT SESSIONS – DETAILS BELOW)
12-1:30pm COBRA TAILGATE – FREE LUNCH! @ DeLoach Center
1:30-1:45pm CLOSING AND GROUP PICTURE @ DeLoach Center
2-3pm OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES (DETAILS BELOW)
11:30-12pm BREAKOUT SESSION – choose one session to attend
ENACTUS – Are you a budding entrepreneur with a desire to do some good? Enactus is an international organization that connects student, academic and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities.You’ll get to sit in on a presentation by Coker’s Enactus team, which currently ranks as one of the top 12 in the nation. Ask the student members about traveling to Kansas City to present at nationals or about traveling to Myanmar last August to install aquaponics systems outside of Dala. And, no, you don’t have to be a business major to join Enactus––good ideas come from all areas of study!
STUDY AWAY AND STUDY ABROAD – Part of every traditional undergraduate’s experience at Coker is a study away or study abroad trip. Students choose from a variety of travel opportunities—including the “D.C. Experience,” in which all first-year students visit Washington, D.C. together, for a three-day shared cultural experience. In this session, you’ll learn about your options, which include Spain, New York City, or even somewhere a little closer to home here in the Southeast.
ACADEMIC OVERVIEW – Find out more about Coker’s nationally recognized round-table approach to learning and our 40+ areas of study. You can learn more about how Coker is rethinking the traditional class schedule and incorporating more linked courses. This session is led by Dr. Peter Gloviczki, assistant professor of communication at Coker and an SCICU Excellence in Teaching Award winner.
2-3PM OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
CAMPUS TOUR – leaves from DeLoach Center
PAY YOUR DEPOSIT – DeLoach Center lobby
MEET WITH ADMISSIONS AND/OR FINANCIAL AID – Cobra Club Room, DeLoach Center
SHOP AT THE BOOKSTORE – Student Union Building (SUB)
To sign up for more events, please visit www.coker.edu/visit
We hope to see you there!