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MHC to host two open house events
October 22, 2021
Those thinking about pursuing a post-secondary education at Medicine Hat College (MHC) are invited to join college representatives on campus for two open house events to be hosted early November.
On Wednesday, Nov. 3 and Thursday, Nov. 4, in Medicine Hat and Brooks respectively, prospective students will have the opportunity to connect with MHC recruiters, program coordinators, and current students, while getting an in-person look at campus facilities and the college environment.
Student sessions, booths, and tours of program areas will equip attendees with everything they need to know about becoming a college student in 2022.
A waived application fee, a value of $75, is being offered to all who apply to MHC during the event (a limit of one free application per person applies). A draw will also be made for one student who applies that evening to win a $1,000 tuition credit for the Fall 2022 semester.
Landon Heilman, student recruitment coordinator, says the opportunity to come on campus for the event is invaluable when choosing the post-secondary path to take.
“We’re thrilled to be able to welcome prospective students to both of our campuses and show them first-hand what MHC is all about – what the student experience is like when you decide to join our college community. MHC is a great place to learn and we’re excited to share that insight with those who are considering MHC as their college of choice.”
Participants are asked to attend the open house at the campus, in Brooks or Medicine Hat, in which they are interested in attending. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. each night, with additional information on what to expect provided upon registering online.
To register or for more information, visit www.mhc.ab.ca/FutureStudents/OpenHouse. Registrants will be automatically entered to win a prize pack of MHC swag worth $100!
Please note that in response to provincial public health orders for post-secondary institutions, MHC requires individuals on campuses in Medicine Hat and Brooks to be fully vaccinated, or able to demonstrate proof of a negative rapid test completed within 72 hours prior to being on campus, or an approved medical exemption. Visit www.mhc.ab.ca/COVID-19 for more information.