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2nd Annual Student Appreciation Day: Monday, April 22nd 11am to 2pm

Are you a student? Do you like FREE food and PRIZES?

The University of Toledo’s administration and staff would like to thank you for your hard work throughout the 2012-2013 school year. You make our campus exciting and vibrant each and every day. We’ll show you some love this Monday by hosting the 2nd Annual STUDENT APPRECIATION DAY.  YOU are the reason people like me love to come to work, and you are definitely something to celebrate!

Ashtyn Howsman, Sydney Drexler, Jodie Young, Chelle Jones, Lyle Pavuk, and Tyler Meade photo DSCN2815.jpg


It’s YOUR day and OUR thanks!

Come play on inflatables and enjoy spring in the city. Free hamburgers, hotdogs, egg rolls, teriyaki chicken, pitas, sub sandwiches, halal and vegetarian options will be served in addition to drinks, chips and cookies. You can enter to win one of three free parking passes, a one-on-one lunch with an administrator or coach, a free gift card to Hong Kong Buffet, and much more. Inflatables, corn hole and other fun activities will be available first come, first serve. We can’t wait to see you all on Centennial mall Monday. THANK YOU ROCKETS! We LOVE our students.


SEE YOU AT THE MALL – Centennial Mall

Monday, April 22nd

11 am to 2 pm

One Response to “2nd Annual Student Appreciation Day: Monday, April 22nd 11am to 2pm”

  1. David Corliss Says:

    While expressing appreciation for students is wonderful, it is unfortunate that all of these activities occur in the middle of the day. As a part-time instructor teaching only night classes, many of my students will not be able to participate. I would ask that, in the future, all students in the University of Toledo community be considered. I greatly appreciate all of my students and would not want them to get the impression that the University has forgotten them even in the act of expressing appreciation for most students.

    David Corliss
    Physics and Astronomy

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