Future Nursing Students' Meet &$1Greet

WHAT: The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Nursing’s Office of Student Affairs and the Texas Nursing Students’ Association (TNSA) will host a Meet & Greet for incoming nursing students.

WHEN: 5-7 p.m. Monday (May 5)

WHERE: TTUHSC, 3601 Fourth St., courtyard between the Academic Classroom Building and the Preston Smith Library

EVENT: Outgoing TNSA officers will have the opportunity to welcome new nursing students to the TTUHSC Lubbock campus.

The event is open to all incoming nursing students, and will feature free food, music, door prizes and fun. Nursing faculty as well as senior and junior nursing students will also be invited.

For more information, contact Adrian Mulig, TNSA pre-nursing liaison, at adrian.mulig@ttuhsc.edu. Use #redraidernurse to connect with the TTUHSC School of Nursing through social media.

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