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Perry Daily Journal

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Alexis Lile enrolls
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A total of 589 high school seniors has enrolled for
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the 2019 fall semester at Southwestern Oklahoma
State University as part of the first three sessions
of the New Student Orientation Program on the
Weatherford campus.
Among the students who enrolled at the latest ses-
sions was Alexis Danielle Lile of Perry (Epic Charter
School).
SWOSU is offering three more enrollment oppor-
tunities for high school seniors who plan to attend
SWOSU this fall. Enrollment dates are June 17, July
15 and August 14.
Students must apply and be accepted to SWOSU
before they can attend an enrollment session. Each
of the enrollment sessions offers students the chance
to meet current SWOSU students and new freshmen,
visit and enroll with a faculty advisor within the
major they have selected, and obtain answers to any
of their questions.
For more information, visit www.swosu.edu/admis-
sions/nso or contact New Student Orientation at (580)
774-3233 or orientation@swosu.edu

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state and federal law, and we will continue to do so.” Be

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