Registration fee waiver available for graduate students interested in WT – The PRAIRIE College of Nursing and Health
Copy by Chip Chandler, 806-651-2124, [email protected]
CANYON, Texas – Nurses, speech-language pathologists and physiotherapists and other health care providers interested in expanding their career opportunities can earn an application fee waiver by registering for an upcoming event.
WT College of Nursing and Health will organize a virtual open house at noon on November 12.
Registration is due November 9. All registered participants will be entered into a draw to win a waiver of their registration fee.
Attendees will learn about the College’s highly competitive graduate programs in Communication Disorders, Nursing, and Sports and Exercise Sciences. They will also hear from Dr. J. Dirk Nelson, Dean of the College, as well as program advisers. Prospective students will also learn about the admissions process, Applicant Portal, and funding opportunities, including scholarships and federal assistance as needed.
“WT is the leading provider of healthcare professionals throughout the region, particularly those working in rural healthcare, and we are delighted to offer these professionals the opportunity to broaden their horizons and skills. through the WT Doctoral SchoolNelson said. “At this virtual open house, our potential students will learn how they can find new ways to play a critical role in meeting the health care needs of the Texas Panhandle.”
To register, visit sforce.co/2ZaDtsy.
For information, e-mail [email protected] or dial 806-651-2730.
This event helps focus academics graduating from WT on regional opportunities, a key maxim in the University’s long-term plan, WT 125: From Panhandle to the World. This plan is fueled by the historic $ 125 million A west extensive fundraising campaign.
About West Texas A&M University
WT is located in Canyon, Texas on a 342-acre residential campus. Founded in 1910, the University has been part of the Texas A&M University System since 1990. WT, an institution serving Hispanics since 2016, has approximately 10,000 enrollments and offers 60 undergraduate programs, 40 masters and two doctorates. The university is also home to the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, the largest history museum in the state and one of the Southwest’s finest art collections. The Buffaloes are members of the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference and offer 14 men’s and women’s track and field programs.