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Ohio State-Mansfield/North-Central State To Do Survey

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/28/2014

Ohio State-Mansfield and North-Central State College are launching a survey of the community, and of staff and students of the two schools. OSU Dean Doctor Stephen Gavazzi and NC-State President Doctor Dorey Diab announced plans for the survey Monday to several community leaders. Gavazzi says the purpose of the survey is to increase the campus' public visibility and overcome the perception of it as Mansfield best kept secret. Diab says the end result could be changes or additions to the course offerings. The community survey will be done from May 12th through 30th. Go to the website, surveymonkey.com, then click on the link, go.osu.edu/ osum survey. The survey should take three to five minutes to complete. Staff and students will be surveyed in September.

   
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