Jessica Broughton, left, assistant to the dean of students, and Dr. Cindy Skaruppa, vice president for enrollment services, lead the "Keeping it Real with Dr. Skaruppa" session Oct. 4. (Photos by E'Quain Rhoades)
By Kayla Oliver
BPC Marketing Staff Writer
MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College students met with Dr. Cindy Skaruppa, vice president for enrollment services, for an hour-long “Keeping it Real with Dr. Skaruppa” meeting Oct. 4 in the Briscoe Center. Students were encouraged to voice opinions and suggestions to improve BPC. Dr. Skaruppa asked the students what they enjoyed about BPC and what they’d like to change. Students voiced concerns about the following: chapel requirements, improvement and maintenance of residence halls, pavement of some of the campus’ roads, institution of organizations such as sororities and fraternities, extended visitation hours and cafeteria offerings. Dr. Skaruppa encouraged students to voice their concerns to other members of the faculty and staff as well. If you have ideas to improve BPC, let them be heard. Contact Dr. Skaruppa or a member of the Student Government Association.
BPC student Hope Williamson writes the suggestions and comments about BPC on a large notepad.
BPC students participate in "Keeping it Real with Dr. Skaruppa" Oct. 4.
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