SWOSU Saturday Going Virtual

SWOSU Saturday, an event for prospective students and their family members, is going virtual this year. Southwestern Oklahoma State University is planning the day for Saturday, November 14. The annual event is usually held each year on the Weatherford campus, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the popular event is going virtual this year. The event gives high school juniors/seniors as well as college transfer students an opportunity to preview the SWOSU campus. Todd Boyd, director of the SWOSU Enrollment Management Office, said once participants register, they will receive an agenda for the event. Using the agenda, students will select…

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