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Check-In/Check-Up Mid-Semester Review

Denali Wilson (left) and Cadence Furth (right), both with Campus Tutoring, and the charming PabloToro, which is awarded for the most engaging activity at the Match 5 Check-In/Check-Up Expo.

Denali Wilson (left) and Cadence Furth (right), both with Campus Tutoring, and the charming PabloToro, which was awarded for the most engaging activity at the March 5
Check-In/Check-Up Expo.

Check-In/Check-Up Mid-Semester Review Expo was held in the old bookstore  in Corbett Center on Tuesday, March 5. Sponsored by Aggie Welcome & Orientation, the event was geared toward providing information and support to all NMSU students. Questions pertaining to a student’s awareness of resources and engagement in those resources were to be answered with a yes or a no by the student on the prepared Check-In/Check-Up card. Participating students engaged with the student support organizations to complete their Check Up card and be eligible to win a mini iPad, $50 or $25 B&N gift card.

In order to encourage engaging activities by the representative organizations, a contest was held to determine the most engaging. Three anonymous judges circled the tables engaging with representatives. After tallying all votes, the Campus Tutoring Service was awarded the highest honor. “Pablo Toro” (appropriately named by Student Success Center Hardman’s Trio Program) is the mascot and traveling trophy for each Expo. He will remain on display with the Campus Tutoring Service until fall semester’s Mid-Semester Review Expo. At that time, Pablo Toro will be awarded to the most engaging activity table organization and remain for another six months until the following spring Expo.

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