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In their own words...
"Living on campus is a life experience I have learned so much from. We eat together, watch TV together, study together, and do absolutely nothing together. When I go home for breaks, it's like I'm leaving my second family!"
- Jess Cutler, Class of '10, from FL

Equestrian Open House Schedule

Dinner with the Equine Staff at St. Andrews University

6 p.m.

Discussion of the Equestrian Program

Welcome to St. Andrews University

Speaker- Jeff Bennett
               Vice President for Enrollment Management

Introduction about St. Andrews University's Equestrian Program

Speaker - Peggy McElveen
                Director of the Equestrian Program

  • Introduction of the staff and faculty related to the Equestrian Program
  • Description of St. Andrews equestrian competitive teams
  • Explanation of how to apply for equine related scholarships and deadlines
  • Schedule of prospective equestrian students' ride times and groups for Saturday, Oct. 20
Carol Grotnes Belk Main Room
7 p.m.

Dinner with the Equestrian Staff

Enjoy a delightful dinner while having conversations with the equestrian staff and coaches of St. Andrews University. Join a discussion pertaining to your interests within St. Andrews University's Equestrian Program.

Discussion Topics:

  • IHSA Hunter Seat Team
  • IHS Western Team
  • IDA
  • USEF and NCHJA Show Teams
  • Therapeutic Horsemanship
  • Equine Science/Pre-Vet
  • Equine Business and Internships
Carol Grotnes Belk Main Room
8 p.m.

Conclusion of Discussion and Dinner wih the Equestrian Staff of St. Andrews University

Receive a special parting gift exclusively for prospective equestrians entering St. Andrews University in the fall of 2013!

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A branch of Webber International University
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