Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The 2014-2015 school year is over and that means the 2015-2016 school year is right around the corner. In order to prepare for their transition from high school to life at UNC, newly admitted students and their parents will be attending First-Year Orientation starting next week.

Of course, the usual departments (Carolina Dining Services, Study Abroad, the Marching Band, etc.) will all have tables at various information fairs. Energy Management will also be joining the fair in order to tell everyone about how we are saving energy and money for the university as well as easy ways that students can reduce their energy usages while in school.

So if you are lucky enough to be starting your journey at UNC this fall, come drop by our table and you could win some amazing prizes and pick up a few helpful energy conservation tips too.


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