Students Are Encouraged to Send Special Notes of Thanks to Parents by December 7
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Students can surprise parents with letters of gratitude, thanks to the Office for Parent Programs, which supplies the thank you notes to students and postage to send them anywhere.
Known as the “Days of Gratitude,” the ongoing letter campaign offers students an opportunity to “write to their parents and send a friendly hello,” according to Beth Saul, assistant dean of Student Affairs and director of Parent Programs. “This is a way for our incredibly blessed students to give their parents a little gratitude,” she said.
Parent Programs plans to send the notes right before Thanksgiving. For more information or to send a note, contact Lily Ball, program assistant in the Office for Parent Programs, at (213) 740-2080, or visit Student Union 200.