Boulder university planning open house

June 5, 2018 by  

Boulder’s Naropa University Nalanda Campus will be throwing its doors open so prospective students from all over the world can stop by and explore all it has to offer them.

The open house will provide an insider’s look at what campus life is like for those who attend classes there, and both faculty and students will be on hand to answer questions, provide advice, and show off the university.

While they visit, the future scholars will be able to meet one another and begin forming friendships even before classes begin. Promotional pens and other marketing items can be provided for an event like this by an area printer.

The afternoon includes a variety of activities that have been chosen to be both fun and engaging, and will aid in getting to know the school and its facilities better. Those who have physical or other challenges are welcome, and it was noted that anyone who requires accommodations has been asked to contact the organizer at 303-546-3548 at least two weeks or more ahead of the open house to make these arrangements.

This sneak peek of what university life is like at Naropa’s Nalanda campus will be open for prospective students on June 22, and it will begin at 1:00 pm. It will be held at 6287 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder, and there is no charge to participate.