MILLIGAN COLLEGE, Tenn. (Feb. 19, 2016) — Prospective students interested in studying nursing can attend “Nursing Buff” Day at Milligan College on Friday, March 4.
High school juniors, seniors and college transfers will have the opportunity to learn all about the nursing program with Dr. Melinda Collins, chair of the Area of Nursing and associate dean of the School of Sciences and Allied Health. Collins, who has been a registered nurse for 25 years and previously practiced in Nashville, Tennessee, and the Tri-Cities area, has taught at Milligan for more than 20 years. Collins will answer questions and give students insight into the curriculum and profession.
Also, future “Nursing Buffs” will have a chance to engage in a student panel discussion that provides details about campus life at Milligan, as well as the nursing program, and find out about financial assistance and scholarships available at the college.
To finish up their day, students and their families will eat lunch in McCormick Dining Center and have the option to take a guided tour of campus.
A general “Be a Buff Day” for all prospective students, as well as music auditions for potential music majors, is slated for March 18.
For campus visit information or to register, call 800.262.8337, email the campus visit coordinator at email@example.com or visit www.milligan.edu/buffday.