Admitted Student Discovery Day & Welcome Reception
Friday, May 16, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of San Francisco School of Management. Celebrate and meet your peers by attending our Admitted Student Discovery Day & Welcome Reception.
Discovery Day offers you numerous opportunities to connect with your future classmates, current students, alumni, faculty and staff. You will meet with your graduate student advisors to learn more about appropriate next steps and program preparation. You will also have the opportunity to hear from Career Management and Financial Aid. Alumni will also be present to share their perspectives on life after USF.
The Welcome Reception concludes the day's activities and allows you to mingle and connect with the USF community in a casual and fun environment.
Coming from out of town? USF regularly works with hotels in the area to provide visitors with discounted rates. You can review hotel information and corresponding promotional codes here.
We look forward to having you join us for this exciting event!
Questions? Contact us at 415-422-2221 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discovery Day Tentative Agenda*
3:00 Open Advising with Faculty, Student Affairs, Current Students and Clubs
3:30 Career Management & Financial Aid Workshops
4:15 Alumni Panel Discussion - Life After USF
5:00 Welcome from Dean Michael Webber
5:15 Team Building Activity with MSOD Alum, Al Adamsen
6:00 Closing Remarks
6:30 Happy Hour Reception with SOM Alumni & Current Students
* Agenda subject to change.
When & Where
University of San Francisco School of Management
With nine unique degrees supporting the private, public and nonprofit sectors, the University of San Francisco Masagung Graduate School of Management is sure to have a program that fits your life. No matter the program you choose, come prepared to be challenged by and immersed in an intimate learning environment founded in the Jesuit academic tradition. As a student of USF, you can expect to develop a global business perspective as well as a deeper understanding of social justice and diverse cultures.