The Union College Road Show came for the day on February 20 to give students a taste of what college is like. Three professors and two other Union representatives were able to spend time with students and answer their many questions. A senior at Campion, Cade Lukens, shared, “The Union College Road Show helped me to understand that even though college is scary, God will be with us every step of the way.”
The day started at 7:00 a.m. with freshmen and sophomores going to four different breakouts of their choice. The breakouts were literature, graphic design, humanities, and science. Everyone came together for lunch and ate Chipotle provided by Union. After lunch, the students went to the gym and played bubble soccer. Benjamin Maxson, a junior at Campion shared, “Bubble soccer was a great time to bond with friends. My team was put together very last minute but we still got second place. It was super fun to watch and even more fun to play.” After soccer finished it was the juniors and seniors turn to do the breakout sessions.
Students got to talk about possible career fields, get a little taste of what college classes are like, and ask the many questions on their minds. The Chaplain at Campion, Wendy Eickmann said, “What an awesome opportunity for Campion students.”
Nolan Eickmann, guest contributor with Megan Michalenko
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