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November 29, 2012

ULM announces 2013 PREP staff

The University of Louisiana at Monroe Office of Recruitment and Admissions announces the 2013 Preview Registration and Enrollment Program (PREP) staff, selected from students who have excelled in the areas of leadership, academic achievement and enthusiasm for ULM.

PREP is a two-day orientation program held on select weekends in June and July to introduce the academic, social and cultural aspects of ULM and to promote a sense of dedication and pride among incoming students.

"The selection process was incredibly tough this year," said Seth Hall, ULM Coordinator of Orientation & Special Programs.

"We had a large number of qualified applicants. It seems like the selection process gets tougher and tougher each year. Our mission in selecting the PREP staff is to create a staff as diverse as possible, covering as many demographics of the university as possible. I have no doubt this will be the best freshman orientation staff in the world. These students will make the transition process from high school to college so easy for our incoming students."

Under the guidance of the PREP staff, new students adjust to college life by acquainting themselves with the requirements and expectations of the university and with student services and campus resources.

Staffers also guide students through academic planning and registration and help provide an opportunity for students to interact with faculty, staff and other students that can help them as they transition into college life.

Members of the 2013 PREP Staff:
PREP Student Assistant:
Ryan Prince, senior biology education major from Sibley

POP Leaders (Parent Orientation Program)
Nicole Bertrand, senior biology major from Haughton
Luke Reagan, senior pre-pharmacy major from Minden

PREP Leaders
Jameson Johns, junior pre-pharmacy major from Winnsboro
Candice Johnson, senior kinesiology major from Keller, Texas

PREP Staff

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