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It’s hard to believe another school year has come to a close! Many of you will be planning college trips this summer, and we’d be thrilled if you made Hanover a stop. While we run general programming each day throughout the summer  (tours and information sessions), I would like to particularly encourage you to check out some specialized programming – our  three thematic open houses we will be having this summer: Domestic Policy & International Affairs will take place on July 13th, Arts and Humanities on July 20th, and Sustainability on July 23rd. Each event is specialized to the subject area, but at each one you’ll attend mock classes with real professors, talk with students, and even eat lunch in our dining hall.

These will be informative and collaborative snapshots of all that our campus has to offer. But this ringing endorsement may leave you with the lingering questions…what is an open house? Why should I come to this and not other programming? Will there be real, live students and professors to interact with? These are all important questions, so I am going to provide you with a quick glance at some of the things you’ll get to do during our open houses!

As a member of the planning team for these open houses I can assure you they will be captivating, stimulate your curiosity, and most importantly, be fun! We would love to see you at one of these three programs -- you can register here!