The Office of Admission provides opportunities to visit campus on select Saturdays with a focus on learning more about academic programs. Visits include an information session, a student panel, a campus tour, a hands-on academic experience with faculty and lunch. All Saturday visits begin at 9 a.m.
Specialty or individual appointments will not be available for these visits. If possible, we recommend attending one of our daily visits to get the most individual experience on campus.
Space for these events may be limited. Please sign up at least one week prior to the event by calling the Office of Admission at 1-800-488-6378 or filling out the reservation form.
College of Human Development and Education
February 20, 2016
This visit provides students an opportunity to learn about programs in the College of Human Development and Education. Those programs are: Apparel Studies & Design, Apparel Studies & Retail Merchandising, Dietetics, Elementary Education, Exercise Science, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Human Development & Family Science, Interior Design, Social Work, Sport Management, and Women & Gender Studies.
Health Care Fields Saturday Visit
February 27, 2016
Learn more about the following majors related to health care: Pharmacy, Nursing, Radiologic Sciences, Respiratory Care, Medical Lab Science and Pre-Health Programs (Pre-medicine, Pre-optometry, Pre-dentistry, Pre-mortuary science, and Pre-chiropractic).
Performing Arts Saturday Visit
March 5, 2016
Learn more about the Theatre Arts and Music programs as the Theatre Arts program prepares for a production of Romeo and Juliet.
College of Business Saturday Visit
April 2, 2016
See Richard H. Barry Hall and learn more about: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems and Marketing.
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Saturday Visit
April 16, 2016
Find out more about a variety of majors in this college: Agricultural Communication, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, English, French, Health Communication, History, Journalism, Management Communication, New Media and Web Design, Philosophy, Political Science, Public History, Sociology, Spanish, Strategic Communication and Women and Gender Studies.