Food Truck Fest is back

By NICK VILLALOBOS, Editor in Chief

Courtesy of University Relations
Courtesy of University Relations

Enrollment is just around the corner here at Northwestern, which means round two of Food Truck Fest.
For those that do not know what this event is about, it’s pretty straight forward.
From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 21, the day fall enrollement opens, the following food trucks, Papas, Gringos Grill, Truckin Good BBQ, Vanilla Bean and Scoops Ice Cream Truck, will be parked between the Fine Arts building and Herod Hall for everyone’s enjoyment.
Dean of student affairs and enrollment, Calleb Mosburg said in an Northwestern News article last semester by enrolling on day one of enrollment, students will benefit greatly in three specific areas.
The first area Mosburg listed was that of course selection. By enrolling early, Mosburg said, freshmen and sophomores are ensured the opportunity of securing much needed classes for them to stay on track with their selected majors.
The next benefit that students will receive, according to Mosburg, is that they will spend less money on classes in the long run.
When students enroll in at least 15 hours each semester, early in their college careers, they avoid the possibility of having to stay past the originally anticipated four years of college, which ultimately results in more money being spend on classes.
The final benefit that students enjoy by enrolling on time is the reduction of stress according to Mosburg.