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Annual College Night fast approaching

by Ashley Attanucci

The annual College Night at the UNT Coliseum is taking place Tuesday, September 21. It begins at 6:30 and is open to all students and family. Hundreds of colleges, from all over the nation, will be attending with representatives ready to answer any and all questions. Attendance to College Night is recommended by counselors and will be an easy and convenient way from students to find out about prospective schools. For directions to UNT, click here.

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