Fair to help with banking, phone, newspapers


    One of the biggest challenges you will face when starting college life is figuring out where to find all of the services you’ll need in a your new surroundings. BYU’s annual Information Fair tries to alleviate some of the stress associated with the move.

    During the fair there will be several booths set up by various product and service institutions to answer any questions you may have. This has traditionally made life much easier for freshmen trying to adjust to college life.

    The main goal of the Fair is to provide easy access to businesses and resources essential to student life. Services such as banks, long-distance telephone companies and newspapers are invited to attend from off campus. On-campus service organizations, University Police and the McDonald Health Center are also represented.

    Students and faculty alike are invited to partake of this opportunity Aug. 30-31 and Sept. 3-6 on the Checkerboard Quad from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. During this time new students will be able to sign up for new bank accounts and phone companies as well as get involved on BYU campus

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