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ASU holds visitation day

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Leslie Charles, ASU Director of Admissions Leslie Charles, ASU Director of Admissions
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

High school students from all across Georgia got a closer look at what it would be like to attend college at Albany State University.  

More than 250 Students and their parents were in town for ASU's visitation day. They went on a tour of the campus, and learned more about the different types of studies, financial aid and student life.  

"We offer student activities, we offer academics, but most of all we offer a nurturing environment that is going to impact and instill in our young people what they need to be successful throughout life," said Leslie Charles.  

The school will host a day for transfer students next Friday in their student center. There will also be an information session for Graduate Admissions at the Reese building.

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