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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will host a high school Freshman Fair on Aug. 13 to prepare students attending Louisiana state colleges and universities in Fall 2009.

Representatives from the Louisiana Board of Regents will discuss admissions requirements for all Louisiana state colleges and universities. TOPS requirements will be presented by the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance.

The program also will include an informational session offering students an opportunity to get specific information from college and university representatives from across the state.

The Freshman Fair is free and all upcoming high school freshmen are encouraged to attend. Check-in begins at 9 a.m. in the UL Lafayette Student Union and the event concludes at 11:30 a.m.

Students interested in participating should RSVP by calling (337) 482-6553 or by emailing enroll@louisiana.edu.

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