160 students registered to attend
The growth of CHANCE is directly linked to several factors. “First and foremost of which is the university ability to deliver on its promise to the Latinx community of providing a pathway to higher education,” he explains. “Secondly, the involvement of our faculty to volunteer their time, talent and wisdom to ensure Latinx students understand that college is not only a possibility but is well within their reach.”
One new event this year was the Amy Williamsen Speaker and Panel Series on Tuesday evening, in honor of the late Dr. Amy Williamsen from the Department of Language, Literature and Cultures.
A full story will be posted on UNCG Now site soon.