On March 25, Vaughn College hosted its annual high school guidance counselor luncheon.   Over 56 new and returning representatives from 34 different high schools attended the event, the first since Vaughn unveiled its updated facilities in the fall.  They received information about the master’s, bachelor’s and associate programs offered to the next generation of innovators in the fields of engineering, technology, management and aviation.

Ernie Shepelsky, vice president of enrollment services conducted a presentation that allowed the attendees to ask questions about enrollment services, financial aid and scholarship opportunities for new students.  While on campus, the counselors received a tour of the facilities, including the residence hall, newly renovated library and a session in the flight simulator lab accompanied by students from the aviation program.


Vice President of Enrollment Services, Ernie Shepelski conducting presentation during luncheon.