Nearly 200 Louisiana Tech University graduates and their children gathered on campus Saturday to learn more about the Tech Family and their options for college during the University’s annual Legacy Day.
Despite the cold morning, about half of the guests also accompanied Dr. Les Guice on his Tech Family Walk for a special tour led by faculty, staff, and the President himself.
“This morning, I was able to visit with former students – now alumni – I had not seen in years,” Guice said. “Having our graduates and their children accompany us on our Tech Family Walk allowed us to show our University’s focus on health and wellness for our campus community and to give these Legacy Bulldogs a chance to see where they will take classes and live.”
Legacy Day offers Tech graduates and their children a special time to visit with academic advisors, tour residence halls, and explore the Tech campus. Parents also have the opportunity to learn about financial aid, scholarships, residential life, and alumni news.
“We welcomed future Bulldogs and their parents from all over Louisiana and Texas,” said Treé George, Director of Admissions. “Our campus continues to grow and provide greater opportunities for our students to enjoy an unparalleled learning experience, and our guests definitely enjoyed being a part of the Tech Family today!”
Louisiana Tech will welcome students to campus for Time Out for Tech on May 7. Registration is available at experience.latech.edu/portal/toft.
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