Photos: Mark McClendon (top), Leigh Anne Gullett (middle) and
Patrick Ray Dunn (bottom)
UTSA community greets students at Week of Welcome events
(Aug. 24, 2004)--New UTSA students attended orientation sessions Monday and Tuesday as part of Rowdy Days, a new UTSA tradition to help new students connect to the university community for a successful educational experience. The events opened a week of educational sessions and entertaining activities.
Students gathered Monday at the UTSA 1604 Campus for Rowdy Days to hear speakers and participate in a get-acquainted activity in the Convocation Center. They also attended orientation sessions in various campus locations.
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On Tuesday, the UTSA colleges sponsored open houses at the 1604 and Downtown campuses, which were accompanied by the Fall Convocation ceremony for the entire UTSA community.
Pictured are (top) the UTSA Blue Crew spirt squad striking a pose at an ice-breaker activity in the Convocation Center, (center) students participating in sorority recruitment at Sombrilla Plaza and (bottom) students listening intently to a speaker in an information session.
See a full schedule of Week of Welcome activities.
Watch UTSA Today this week for more event photos.