Randall University welcomed its 2019 Freshmen Class to campus on Saturday, August 10. As part of the Student Success Skills Class (Freshman Orientation), these new students are spending most of their days in various workshops and classes learning about college life, as well as the rules and regulations of the university. In the evenings, students have the opportunity to relax and have fun together doing different activities, such as a scavenger hunt or playing games on campus.
On Monday, August 12, the freshmen left campus and went to watch the Oklahoma City Dodgers play baseball. Even though the students had to brave the heat, a fun time was had by all. To make the night a little more special, new Head Baseball Coach, Hunter Burns, was asked to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Coach Burns received a very nice welcome from his players and other students in the stands, and it was a great way to spread the word about Randall University. It was a special night and an excellent way for our new students to spend one of their final evenings of the summer before starting classes. As far as the game goes, the good guys won 12-2!
This article was written by Bobby Thompson, Director of Admissions.