Reinhardt Day coming to Cartersville March 21

By Jordan Beach

Spend the day with Reinhardt University in Cartersville for ‘Reinhardt Day,’ an admissions and community engagement day on March 21.

A day designed for prospective students, alumni and other interested persons from the Bartow/Cartersville to learn about all Reinhardt has to offer, the day will begin at Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church, where a complimentary breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m.

President Kina Mallard will speak at the breakfast about the recent growth of the University, her vision for the future of Reinhardt and a new four-year strategic plan that is close to being completed.

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Enrollment staff, including admissions and financial aid counselors, will be available to discuss undergraduate and graduate program offerings, which include business, creative writing, education and public administration.

For the nontraditional student, program staff will be ready to discuss online and on campus degree completion programs, which include more than 40 programs in the traditional liberal arts plus business, education, performance – dance, music, theatre – and much more.

Please reserve your spot at breakfast by email to Advancement@Reinhardt.edu.

Following the breakfast, staff will be at Cartersville Medical Center, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., to meet potential students interested in the Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences, which offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (online).

A late afternoon/early evening coffee will be held at Noble & Main Coffee from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. ‘Coffee with a Counselor’ will provide answers to questions and give potential students a sense of direction when it comes to their education. Everyone is welcome for a free cup of coffee provided by the University’s Office of Enrollment Management.

Anyone interested in any of Reinhardt’s more than 40 programs of study and five graduate degrees should at least stop by in the morning for a free breakfast. The Reinhardt University student body is made up of traditional age college students, adults who have yet to attend college or who want to return to college and graduate students.

We’re looking forward to meeting the residents of Cartersville that may become members of the Reinhardt family. For additional information, please call 770-720-9152 or email Advancement@Reinhardt.edu.

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