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women be the Roseann Linda Burkey, Dr. y s i c i a n ; McC. Ritchie, Sorge, en- field and some field. the lab and provided n s f r o m t h e the. of all attend. a group in of and life of the has Go On To College, Minority Students An education awareness program for high school minority students was con- ducted yesterday afternoon by the Allegany County Human. R e s o u r c e s D e v e l o p m e n t Commission. S t u d e n t s attÂ«nding the program, held at Frostburg State College, represented Allegany, Fort Hill, Beall and Bishop Walsh high schools as well as high schools in Mineral County. The commission sponsored the program in conjunction with Frostburg State, Allegany C o m m u n i t y College a n d Potomac State College. Topics discussed included: reality of college; admissions p r o c e d u r e ; e n t r a n c e requirements; programs and course offerings; financial aid; h i g h school preparation; typical day at college, and emphasis on high school. In addition to the students, -other participants included staff personnel from the Human R e s o u r c e s D e v e l o p m e n t Commission, and the three colleges. Members of the Black Student Alliance provided personal experiences, insights and advice regarding the pursuit of a college Â«duc*tiufi Minority Students H*or B*mÂ«rd Glwkstem, HtOC Director ' / . ' I '