Seniors tour Mott, learn about campus

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Seniors tour Mott, learn about campus

Seniors Ellena Dye (front left), Brooklynn Smith (front right), Josh Danzer (far right), and several others tour Mott Community College on Tuesday, April 9.

Seniors Ellena Dye (front left), Brooklynn Smith (front right), Josh Danzer (far right), and several others tour Mott Community College on Tuesday, April 9.

IMAGE / Mrs. Diana Van der Vossen.

Seniors Ellena Dye (front left), Brooklynn Smith (front right), Josh Danzer (far right), and several others tour Mott Community College on Tuesday, April 9.

IMAGE / Mrs. Diana Van der Vossen.

IMAGE / Mrs. Diana Van der Vossen.

Seniors Ellena Dye (front left), Brooklynn Smith (front right), Josh Danzer (far right), and several others tour Mott Community College on Tuesday, April 9.

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On Tuesday April 9, a large group of KHS seniors went to Mott for orientation and a campus tour.

Mrs. Colleen Grathoff, career development facilitator, created the trip for seniors who plan to attend Mott in the fall.

The trip was organized for seniors to be able to familiarize themselves with the campus.

Forty-four seniors attended the trip.

During the orientation, students were encouraged to download the Mott app, which allows students to see all of their classes. It also has GPS navigation to help students get to their classes and navigate the campus.

IMAGE / Mrs. Diana Van der Vossen
A group of Kearsley seniors, who plan on attending Mott, are introduced to the admissions office.

Senior Kayla Simpson liked the trip.

“It helped me get a better understanding of what the campus looks like and where to locate buildings,” Simpson said.

After the orientation, seniors went on a campus tour and did a scavenger hunt through the buildings to help them learn where major parts of the campus are located.

Grathoff felt as though the trip helped the seniors.

“I think it helped students learn about the campus through the scavenger hunt,” Grathoff said. “They got to learn things they usually wouldn’t be able to from a usual campus tour. It gets students excited about starting their college career.”

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