campus recently welcomed 386 students from Globe University-WoodburyEast Ridge High School in Woodbury, Minnesota. During the visit the students learned Hands-Only CPR, received presentations abut our programs and toured our campus. They were also able to network with staff and faculty and learn what it means to be college and career ready.
“On behalf of East Ridge and the 9th grade staff and students, I’d like to thank the Globe University staff for a job well done,” said East Ridge High School Assistant Principle, Matt Kraft. “The sessions were engaging, your staff was extremely welcoming and our students took away a better understanding of what it means to be college and career ready.”
“It was so much fun to have our East Ridge freshman class on campus and have the opportunity to help prepare them for ‘college and career readiness,’” commented Tiffany Simmons, director of admissions at the Globe University-Woodbury campus. “It was exciting to interact with the students and help them understand who Globe University is and what we have to offer them as college students.”
One of our main goals at Globe University is to bridge higher education with the local community by opening our doors to local schools, businesses and organizations for tours, room rentals and more. The campus’s overall goal of inviting the community on campus is to help change lives by connecting with the local community and together transforming the landscape of education.
Thank You to Current Globe Students:
As a campus, we realize that sometimes school visits of this size could be disruptive for our current students, but as students and staff it is important to realize that opening the doors to the community helps build and shape tomorrow’s workforce. Together, we are making a positive impact on our community, our students and our world.
With that being said, Globe University-Woodbury’s Campus Director, Lisa Palermo, would like to thank the Globe students for graciously opening their campus doors to the community by temporarily relocating for their regular study time. Also, a big thank you to DeLeo Bros. Pizza for the 150 pizza’s they delivered for the students.