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Between 250 and 275 Midwestern high school principals and
advisers are expected to attend the nineteenth annual
Principal-Freshman Conference at UNL today, according to the
UNL Admissions Office. , . .
The conference is the result of three months of planning by
Director of Admissions Al Papik and his secretary, Sue Lemond
It is designed to help principals know how to better prepare high
school students for college. .
The Admissions Office has received 430 reservations from
principals, high school department heads and advisers, Lemond
said. About 30 of these are from out of state.
Each participant will sign up for three morning seminars.
Seminar topics include: registration advising, financial aids.
Teachers College, the Colleges of Agriculture, Architecture, Arts
and Sciences. Business, Engineering and Home Economics, the
Centennial Education Program, English, housing. International
Studies program, math, minority affairs, nursing and ROTC
Eighty persons from the UNL campus are participating as
hosts or speakers, Lemond said.
UNL Chancellor James Zumberge will address the group at a
luncheon, Papik said. .
In the afternoon principals and advisers will meet with UNL
freshmen who were graduated from their high schools. The
freshmen will discuss how their high school experience prepared
them for UNL and how it might have been better.
Residence hall lounges and cafeterias will be used for the semi
private meetings, Lemond said.
About 50 of the freshmen at UNL participate in the
Principal-Freshman Conference. Papik said. Poor attendance by
Lincoln and Omaha freshmen keeps that percentage from being
higher, he said. ,
The proximity of freshmen from Omaha and Lincoln to their
former high schools probably explains why fewer attend the
conferences than do students from smaller and more remote
communities, Papik said.
Invitations to meet with their principals were mailed to
freshmen, along with a questionnaire about their adjustment to
college, Lemond said.
The questionnaires ask how well the high school prepared the
student for taking college examinations, participating in class
discussion, setting up a study schedule, using the library, writing
papers, doing laboratory work, taking notes, reading college texts,
learning from other students and having individual conferences
Students also are given the opportunity on the questionnaire
to evaluate their high school advising programs, the UNL advising
program, Senior Information Day, College Night, summer
orientation, All-State programs and to make suggestions to
college bound high school seniors.
The Principal-Freshmen Conference is the largest and most
significant of the three programs set up by Academic Services for
new students, Papik said. , ,
- About 1,186 students participate in Senior Information Day,
Papik said. During October and November high school students
are invited to visit the UN L campus and ask questions.
Papik and counselors from Academic Services, who handle
admissions and counseling for freshmen and new students, visit
high schools throughout Nebraska and neighboring states for
College Night. Last fall, 43 high schools were visited, Papik said..
Following the conference, evaluations are mailed to principals
and advisers who participated, Papik said. Evaluation results have
been "generally positive," with principals and advisers indicating
they had an enjoyable time and received useful information, he
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