PLAN II HONORS FAMILY DAY, 2010
Sun, October 17, 2010 • 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM • McCombs College of Business Atrium (CBA) and the Graduate School of Business (GSB), model classrooms to be announced
Plan II Parents at the Humanities Research Center, 2008
Breakfast and Model Classes for Plan II Current Students and their Families
Breakfast: 10:30 am to 11:30 am in the Atrium of the McCombs School of Business
Model Class I: 11:45 am to 12:30 pm (rooms TBA)
Model Class II: 12:45 pm to 1:30 pm (rooms TBA)
Detailed information on model classes will be posted by October 1, 2010
- At the registration site, we ask that you provide the number of guests attending and a first and last name for each guest attending the Plan II Honors Family Day event. That way we can plan appropriately for food and beverage and prepare a nametag for each attendee.
- Priority registration for Texas Parents members will begin on August 5 and general registration will begin on August 12.
- On-line registration will continue through October 8, 2010. Although the Plan II Honors event is free to Plan II family members, other Family Day events will fill-up or sell out. We encourage you to register early.
The Plan II Family Day breakfast will be held in the Atrium of the McCombs College of Business Administration (CBA). The model classes will be in the adjoining Graduate School of Business (GSB).
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