Trocaire College Open House at Two Locations
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Trocaire College will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, January 3 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at two locations – Buffalo and Williamsville. This is an ideal opportunity for high school students, transfer students and adults interested in a career change to become acquainted with the college. To learn more about a career in hospitality, dietetic technology, human resource management, or computer networking, plan to attend Trocaire’s open house at the Russell J. Salvatore School of Hospitality & Business at 6681 Transit Road in Williamsville (directly behind Russell’s Steaks, Chops & More restaurant). Plan to check out Trocaire’s newest program in Healthcare Informatics – available as a certificate, associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree program. On that same day and time, Trocaire will also host an open house at the main campus – 360 Choate Avenue in Buffalo – featuring information on massage therapy, surgical technology, health information technology, medical assistant and a variety of other healthcare programs. Visit the hands-on practical nursing and registered nursing labs and see the Surgical Technology lab where students sharpen their skills. Learn more about Trocaire’s B.S. degree with a major in Nursing. Both open house locations will allow prospective students and their families to learn first-hand about Trocaire’s many outstanding programs. Participants can meet faculty and staff, ask questions about the application process or financial aid, take guided tours, and learn about the college’s varied academic majors. Opportunities will also be available to learn more about Trocaire’s various workforce development non-credit classes and certificate programs for professional and personal development. Call 716.827.2545 to register for either the Buffalo or Williamsville open house location. Or register online at www.trocaire.edu/open-house and attend the open house for a chance to win a $50.00 gift card. Trocaire College – Your first choice in career education.