GARY — Students can learn more about popular degree programs and the college admissions process at Indiana University Northwest in a series of academic open houses later this month.
From Oct. 27 to Nov. 5, IUN officials will lead prospective students and their families through a series of virtual open house events introducing high schoolers to IUN's College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health and Human Services, School of Business and Economics, School of the Arts and School of Education.
All virtual sessions will take place from 5-6 p.m. Students will be given the option to participate in one of two informational sessions each night the week of Oct. 27 to Nov. 5.
Participating students will receive a "swag box" with a complimentary T-shirt and other branded items, according to an IUN news release. Students may also receive a micro-scholarship for attending the open houses through the RaiseMe scholarship program.
IUN offers more than 70 degree programs, both in person and online. The university reopened for varying types of in-person instruction this fall after operating remotely this spring during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
This fall's academic open house events at IUN are open to all high school students and their families, according to the release. Registration is required in advance.
More information about specific open house events and how to register is available online at iun.edu/openhouse.