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Sullivan Says Some Spring Visitors Are Not Prospective Students

Sullivan Says Some Spring Visitors Are Not Prospective Students

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When the weather gets warmer, swarms of high school kids and their parents will flock to the University of Virginia to see whether they want to be Wahoos. President Teresa Sullivan (pictured) says many visitors who are┬ánot college age also show up in the spring. Sullivan is interested in creating a computer “app” for the foreign visitors. Sullivan and the UVA Board of Visitors are meeting through Friday at the Rotunda.

 

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