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Sept. 17, 2013
High school students interested in Northwest Missouri State University's School of Computer Science and Information Systems have an opportunity to win a $1,150 scholarship by attending its annual Computing Visit Day Saturday, Oct. 5.
The event is designed for high school students from throughout the four-state region interested in preparing for a variety of computing-related careers. Applications for the scholarship will be available at the event.
The day also will feature a number of informative, hands-on sessions during which participants can work with a variety of hardware and software, including programs developed by Northwest students and faculty.
High school students and their families also will have a chance to visit with Northwest students, faculty and alumni while learning about computer-related careers and touring both University computing facilities and the Northwest campus.
Northwest offers five computing-related majors through the Melvin D. and Valorie G. Booth College of Business and Professional Studies. Undergraduate degree programs include business education, computer science, interactive digital media, management information systems and business technology. Several minors are also available.
Each major emphasizes practical application and active, hands-on learning – a teaching and learning philosophy that has resulted in a job placement ratio for Northwest computing graduates of nearly 100 percent.
All courses are taught by faculty members rather than graduate assistants, and a 21-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio ensures small class sizes for most sections. Outside the classroom, Northwest students are encouraged to participate in a number of computing-related organizations and clubs.
The day's activities will begin at 9:30 a.m. with light refreshments in Colden Hall, located in the central part of campus just south of the J.W. Jones Student Union, and conclude with a complimentary lunch. The event concludes at 1 p.m. with optional campus tours afterward.
Parking is available in the lots adjoining the Olive DeLuce Fine Arts Building on the south side of College Avenue (Fourth Street), across the street from Lamkin Activity Center.
Students and families who wish to participate in Computing Visit Day at Northwest should register online at www.nwmissouri.edu/csis/visitday by Wednesday, Oct. 2.
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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Northwest Missouri State University
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