Admissions Seeks Feedback Through Open House Survey
Last weekend, UHD delivered another amazing Open House for potential students and their guests. We had approximately 450 visitors in attendance, who enjoyed the interactions they had with faculty, staff, and students and were impressed with our presentation as they were given the opportunity to engage with the campus community.
The Davis High School drumline helped welcome guests and boosted crowd enthusiasm as they played music on the outside deck area of the Shea Building. Provost Hugetz spoke to the group about the journey of their collegiate career and the symbolism of where they were standing in relation to beginning at the university and graduating at Minute Maid Park. He also informed them of the many major opportunities that await them on campus.
The drumline and UHD cheerleaders then led the crowd in a mini pep rally up the hill from the Shea Building to One Main. There were representatives from various academic programs, student services, and student organizations who came out and were represented at the Gator Connect fair. Sports and Fitness held a free-throw shooting contest and pep rally in the Student Life Center. Financial Aid assisted students with their FAFSA application at Financial Aid Headquarters. Students were able to see the entire campus as they went on campus tours given by our campus ambassadors.
The Office of Admissions asks that the UHD community completes the Open House Survey and shares candid feedback regarding the communication received, the Gator Connect fair, and overall observations about the Oct. 26 Open House. These observations are critical to the future development of Open House events.
Please submit your survey responses by Wednesday, Nov. 6.