Virginia College School Of Business And Health In Chattanooga Hosts Bring A Friend To School Event

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Virginia College School of Business and Health in Chattanooga, at 721 Eastgate Loop Road, Chattanooga, Tn. 37411, will host a two-day Bring a Friend to School event on Wednesday and Thursday, at noon.

Current students are encouraged to bring a friend to classes with them to learn more about the educational opportunities available to Chattanooga-area students at Virginia College School of Business and Health.

“We are excited to host this Bring a Friend to School event here at Virginia College School of Business and Health in Chattanooga,” said campus President Dominick DeLorenzo. “It gives the friends of our students the opportunity to visit and learn more about our campus.”

During this event, friends of current students will have the opportunity to sit in on a class and experience firsthand what student life is like at Virginia College School of Business and Health. Hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks and dessert will be provided to guests, as well as music and a dunk tank.

Attendees will also be able to receive information about programs offered at Virginia College School of Business and Health in Chattanooga including: business administration, cosmetology, culinary arts, healthcare reimbursement, medical assistant, medical billing and coding, office administration, pastry arts and pharmacy technician.

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