FHSU Tiger Day scheduled for Nov. 9


The Fort Hays State University Admission Office invites high school

The Fort Hays State University Admission Office invites high school

juniors and seniors and college transfers to attend Tiger Day on Nov. 9

at the FHSU campus.

Tiger Day gives students the opportunity to obtain information about

academic majors, scholarships, financial aid, student life, athletics

and co-curricular activities. Registration for Tiger Day begins at 8:15

a.m. in the Memorial Union. The academic and co-curricular fair will

take place from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. in the Fort Hays Ballroom. The fair

will give students the chance to see all the different organizations and

departments at FHSU.

The welcome will start at 9:30 a.m. in the Beach/Schmidt Performing

Arts Center in Sheridan Hall. Admissions staff will have a presentation

at 10:15 concerning scholarships, tuition, deadlines and a checklist of

what students need to do.

Students will have an opportunity to visit the academic departments that they are interested in as a major from 11 to 11:45 a.m.

Current FHSU students will be available to answer questions

prospective students may have at 11:45 a.m. The day will end with a

campus tour at 12:30 p.m.

Students can find out more and register at

www.fhsu.edu/admissions/tiger-day. The deadline to register is Nov. 2.

To schedule an individual tour, call the Admissions Office at (785)


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