HLGU Trojan day was held on campus on Friday November 13. Even though cases in Marion County have been on the rise, activities were still held. Precautions were taken including social distancing and mask requirements. Along with these requirements, attendance was capped at 30 people.
HLGU Trojan days are held so that high school juniors and seniors can experience a day on campus. Trojan Day starts with worship, a message from Dr. Allen, and meetings with faculty. There are also question and answer student panels, along with tours, lunch in the cafeteria, and breakout sessions.
Along with this, students were also given the opportunity to observe a class. Options included Social Psychology, Christian Ethics, Music Theory, New Testament Survey, Nursing, and Intro to Drawing.
Student ambassadors lead the day with tours and guidance. “They can just ask questions whether it be what does your day look like or what is this major all about.” said HLGU student ambassador Tanner Selvidge.
The next Trojan Day will be held in February of 2021.
- Kamey Tyler / HLGU Vanguard / November 2020