First-year students receive warm, enthusiastic welcome!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, September 05, 2005, Peterborough
Arriving in vans and cars bursting with stereos, computer systems – even stuffed animals, students entering their first year at Trent University are being greeted with a warm and noisy welcome today.
Student reps from the various residential colleges at Trent are set up at entrance ways to the University to welcome "first-years" as they cross the threshold into University life. Whistles, dancing, music, cheers and colourful signs are all a part of the scene – and just a prelude to five days chock full of events that make up Introductory Seminar Week at Trent.
This week at Trent University is called Introductory Seminar Week with events from Monday, September 5 through to Friday, September 9. A full week of activities gets students involved in University life.
For a full list of events for new Trent students this week, check out http://www.trentu.ca/isw/
Entrance to Symons campus: welcoming committee with students with signs, whistles, dancing, etc.
Entrance to various college parking areas: college welcoming committees cheer their new college members as they arrive
For more information on ISW activities, please contact Marilyn Burns at (705) 748-1303 (Labour Day: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. only)