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Local Students Enrolled at Eastern Connecticut State University for Fall 2012 Semester

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WILLIMANTIC, CT_ The following students recently enrolled in Eastern Connecticut State University for the fall 2012 semester.

Angeline Caron of Windsor Locks, is attending Eastern this fall. Caron's major is Business Administration.

Michael LaBianca of Broad Brook, is attending Eastern this fall. LaBianca's major is Business Information Systems.

Erin Fitzsimonds of Broad Brook, is attending Eastern this fall. Fitzsimonds's major is Communication.

Wesley Velazquez of Broad Brook, is attending Eastern this fall. Velazquez's major is Computer Science.

Max Prebit of Windsor Locks, is attending Eastern this fall. Prebit's major is History and Social Science.

Brandon McIntosh of Windsor Locks, CT is attending Eastern this Fall.

Margaret Sayers of Windsor Locks, is attending Eastern this fall. Sayers's major is Physical Education.

Kelly Strba of East Windsor, is attending Eastern this fall. Strba's major is Physical Education.

Shelbi Bock of East Windsor, is attending Eastern this fall. Bock's major is Psychology.

Aishia Ike of Broad Brook, is attending Eastern this fall. Ike's major is Psychology.

Chelsea Weskoski of East Windsor, is attending Eastern this fall. Weskoski's major is Psychology.

Samantha Brown of East Windsor, is attending Eastern this fall. Brown's major is Sociology.

Charles Vogt of Windor Locks, CT, is attending Eastern this fall. Vogt's major is Sport & Leisure Management.

"We are pleased that these students have decided to attend Eastern and have the opportunity to experience the benefits of our liberal arts education while enjoying student life on our beautiful campus," said Ned Harris, director of enrollment management. Harris notes that Eastern freshmen come from 162 of Connecticut's 169 towns, from 26 other states and from 44 other countries.

Founded in 1889 as a two-year normal school training elementary schoolteachers for jobs in Connecticut schools, Eastern has grown to become a comprehensive, master's degree-granting institution of approximately 5,400 students recognized by such publications as U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review.

Approximately 60 percent of students live on campus, enjoying the small classes, more than 70 student clubs, and vibrant campus culture found at Eastern. Focusing on undergraduate education as Connecticut's only public liberal arts university, the University combines a strong liberal arts curriculum with experiential learning opportunities - internships, student research and community service - to prepare graduates for successful careers in a variety of professional fields.

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