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La Grande, Ore. − Eastern Oregon University admissions counselors are bringing the best of EOU to Portland and Boise this month with Mountaineer Nights.
The new admissions program features a financial aid session, a student panel and a general introduction to college life. Each evening presentation invites prospective students and their families to explore all EOU has to offer without leaving the metropolitan area.
Attendees will interact with counselors and students while learning about EOU’s affordable tuition, personalized style, nationally ranked programs, beautiful campus and more. Each event will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in a local public library and will include light dinner fare.
Join us in Hillsboro on Sept. 27 in the Hillsboro Brookwood Library’s board room, located at 2850 NE Brookwood Parkway. Check out the Boise event on Sept. 28 in the Library! at Bown Crossing’s Martie Brennan Room, located at 2153 E Riverwalk Drive.
Complete a brief online form to register for the event nearest you: Boise or Hillsboro. Visit eou.edu/admissions or call 800-452-8639 for more information.
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