Roadrunner Days at SMC

Roadrunner Days

 

Monday, January 21, 10 a.m. | Dowagiac Campus

Friday, March 1, 10 a.m. | Dowagiac Campus

Check in at the Dale A. Lyons Building. For your convenience, please use the Cherry Grove Road entrance. Please note the location change for check-in.

Find your fit as an SMC Roadrunner!

Come to Roadrunner Day to tour campus, enjoy a lunch on us and attend sessions on career planning, minimizing debt, our degrees and programs and more.

Picture yourself living in our spacious, apartment-style residence halls, chilling with friends in the Student Activity Center or expanding your horizons in our renovated classrooms.

Sessions

SMC Overview: Excellence with a Personal Touch

Learn why SMC is a great option both for students interested in a career that requires a bachelor’s degree or higher and for those pursuing a career in a skilled trade (welding, nursing, robotics, etc.).

Earning a Degree with Minimal Debt

It is possible to pay less than $25,000 to earn a bachelor’s degree. This presentation will provide strategies to minimize the cost of earning a degree by comparing the cost of a college degree at a community college to the cost at a four-year institution. A step-by-step guide to completing an associate degree debt free will also be explained.

Program Overviews

Deans and faculty from the School of Business and Advanced Technology, School of Arts and Sciences, and School of Nursing and Health Services review the unique features of the courses and programs in the respective schools such as honors projects, hands-on learning opportunities and highly engaged faculty with a strong commitment to student success.

Student Panel

Current SMC students discuss their experience at SMC and answer all your questions.

Parent Q&A

SMC staff answer parents' questions. Topics may include financial aid, tutoring, student support and campus safety.

Career Planning for the Undecided Student

This interactive session will allow undecided students to explore career options using a career interest inventory. Students can talk with an advisor about how to navigate college as an undecided student and how to decide on a major.

Ferris State University Transfer Programs

Southwestern Michigan College offers several bachelor’s degree and certificate options on our Dowagiac campus through Ferris State University. Andrew Churchill, FSU Admissions Advisor, will review the programs.

Honors Program Poster Presentations

See the impressive projects done by SMC Honors Students, chat with them about their work and learn more about the program.

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Questions?

(269) 782-1499

enrollment@swmich.edu