Thursday, October 18, 2012


(GREENVILLE) – About a dozen Ohio State University students will visit Greenville Junior High School on Friday, Nov. 2.

The students, part of the Access88 Outreach Program at OSU, will present activities designed to encourage students to begin planning their futures and to think about higher education.

Greenville is one of five stops that the OSU Access88 program is making this fall.

“We are really looking forward to their visit,” said Beth Sears, executive director of Bridges to College. “Their visits have received such positive responses from other communities. They have a great curriculum and the younger students respond well to the college students.”

Bridges to College is helping to coordinate the visit.

On Friday evening, Nov. 2, the OSU students will present a program for parents at 7 p.m. at Greenville Junior High School. Parents can bring their children because the OSU students will offer a concurrent program at the junior high school.

A drawing for door prizes will be held during the Friday evening program. Among the items offered is a $100 college savings account from College Advantage.

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the OSU students are planning to talk with community leaders and OSU alumni before returning to Columbus.

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