Fourteen students meet weekly in the basement of Mumford Hall to design the ultimate ACES Open House and facilitate the Explore ACES Admitted Student Day. These budding leaders are developing communication skills and collaborating among themselves as well as faculty and staff to deliver the most interactive open house in ACES history. So far, they have divided themselves into subcommittees covering curriculum, logistics, communication, etc. The committee has drafted schedules and plans to ensure guests have ample experiences during their visit and a deeper understanding of ACES. They do all of this while managing full course loads, RSO roles, and jobs. Each meeting, I am impressed with the respect, decorum, and efficiency these men and women maintain.
Why are these committee members so enthusiastic about Explore ACES? To put it simply, they are excited about the College of ACES and want others to have as good of a college experience as they have had.
To see for yourself, plan your visit to Explore ACES on Friday, March 9.
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