“Freshmen of Class 23! Let’s join a club and make campus memories!” NNo.5994489
- Writer PR team
- Date : 2023.03.22 14:06
- Publication Date : 2023.03.16
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On the 15th-16th, YU General Club Association held “Central Club Fair.”
Street recruit of members started with advertisement of clubs to freshmen.
More than 4,000 members from more than 70 groups are working in eight divisions including academy, service, sports, art, etc.
[March 16, 2023]
“Freshmen of Class 23! Let’s join a club and make pleasant campus memories!”
The university campus in spring vibes was full of energy. Recruit of group members is active for the freshmen with the start of the 2023 new semester.
The 36th General Club Association (Chairman KWON Hyeok-jun) of YU held “2023 Group Fair” on Cheonma Way of the campus for two days from 15th to 16th. Central Group Fair is an event to be held in March every year and senior members of groups recruit members on the street by explaining properties of groups and situations of activities to freshmen.
More than 70 groups in eight divisions consisting of liberal arts, sports, service, academy, language, applied studies, arts, and religion of YU Central Group Association participated in the fair and made club member recruit activities for freshmen and existing students.
Chairman KWON Hyeok-jun (4th grade of Faculty of Chemical Engineering) of YU Central Group Association said, “More than 4,000 students joined and make activities in the groups of each division now. Memories on the campus may be enriched through club activities. Through this fair, students will have the opportunities to get more understanding of interested groups. The doors of clubs are open always as well as the period of the fair.” I hope many freshmen of Class 23 to actively participate in group activities.”
Meanwhile, during the period of the group fair, main agencies and groups of the university, such as student support teams, Student Public Relations Ambassador “Youngdae Sarang,” International Public Relations Ambassador, YU Broadcasting Station UBS, and Gender Equality Center, frequently used by students operated PR booths and introduced agencies and programs, etc.