Allen University Virtual Open House this Saturday with Dance Team Tryouts and Cheerleader Tryouts!
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on April 13, 2021 |
Allen University will host a virtual open house event on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 10AM - 12:30PM EST via Zoom. The event is open to the public but you will need to register as space is limited.
Learn about financial aid; speak to a professional about your major; learn about athletics, band, and dance; participate in raffle prizes; hear from Allen University's President, VP of Student Affairs, and VP of Academic Affairs; and enjoy special performances from the Allen University band, dancers, mascot, and Greek organizations.
Allen University Virtual Open House
Saturday, April 17, 2021
10AM - 12:30PM EST
Register By CLICKING Here!
In addition to the Open House, our #1 ESPN ranked Dancers, the Golden Jackettes, are holding tryouts on April 17 and 18. If you can dance then join them for the tryouts. Scholarship/Performance awards are available to those that have what it takes. For more information, send an email to email@example.com NOW!
Interested in Cheerleading instead? There will be "virtual" tryouts on April 22-24, 2021 and "in-person" tryouts on April 25, 2021. The in-person tryouts will be in John Hurst Adams Auditorium at 9AM. Tryout attire is all black, cheer or running shoes, black socks, and all hair up and out of the face. For more information, contact Coach Young at 732-822-2648.
DON"T FORGET TO REGISTER! Click here to register for our Virtual Open House this weekend!
See you online Saturday!
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