jhpigott Posted February 6, 2012 Share Posted February 6, 2012 (edited) It's been sometime since I've attended school (graduated law school back in 2003) and was looking for a little advice or feedback regarding an upcoming trip I am taking to DC to visit ESIA, AU and Georgetown and their respective security studies programs. I have applied for the 2012 Fall Semester for each of these programs. During the applicant review period, Georgetown is not doing any formal informational sessions but ESIA and AU allowed me to sign up for their sessions. Generally speaking, what is the dress code for these events - suit and tie, business casual, wear whatever you want? Are these sessions more about the school walking us around the campus and telling us about their programs or are there opportunities to discuss/ask questions about the programs, classes, professors, financial aid, career resources, etc.? Even though I do not have anything official lined up with Georgetown, I would still like to check out the campus and poke around the Walsh School buildings and maybe stop by their career resource and financial aid centers to speak with someone. Is this bad form? For anyone that has recently attended one of these information sessions at either ESIA or AU - what can I or should I expect out of these visits? Edited February 6, 2012 by jhpigott Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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