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Start discovering your college options by attending a Junior Day at K-State!
Each K-State Junior Day is full of activities that will help you and your parents explore K-State. You'll attend break-out sessions about K-State, tour a residence hall and eat lunch in the hall dining center, and learn about academic majors and programs, all while visiting with current K-State students.
You have four spring 2013 dates to choose from:
- Monday, April 8 (registration is closed)
- Friday, April 12 (registration is closed)
- Monday, April 15 (registration is closed)
- Monday, April 29 (registration is closed)
Register early as events can fill to capacity.
$20 per student and $15 for each parent, family member, or guest, which covers program materials, parking, and lunch
Registration at the K-State Student Union courtyard
Student services browsing fair
Welcome to K-State
9:45 to 10:15 a.m.
Morning session one (students only)
10:20 to 10:50 a.m.
Morning session two (students only)
10:55 to 11:25 a.m.
Morning session three (students and parents)
11:30 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.
Residence hall tour
K-State browsing session
Campus tours leave every 30 minutes until 3:30 p.m.
Sorority, fraternity, and scholarship houses open for tours
Students will choose three morning sessions:
Meet the Greeks!
Get an inside and in-depth look at what it means to join a sorority or fraternity.
Choosing a major
What's the right major for you? Discover how your interests, abilities, and values match up with majors at K-State. Prepare to be surprised!
What does it take to try out for the band, dance team, or cheerleading? Find out here.
Residence life: Be our guest!
Learn about living in the residence halls, from daily life to getting along with your roommate.
Show me the money
How are you going to pay for college? Find different ways to look for scholarships, loans, and grants.
Tricks of the trade
Should I get a computer? Where do I park my car? This mini-orientation by current K-State students will ease your anxiety by answering questions that concern new K-Staters.
Your time to shine
Find out what to put on those college scholarship applications to make you stand out from other students. You've done the work of being involved: now learn how to put that down on paper.
All about K-State
Learn everything you need to know to be a part of the K-State family, from admissions and scholarships to getting involved.
9:45 to 10:50 a.m.
While students are in the first two morning sessions, parents will have their questions answered during this session with Dr. Pat Bosco, vice president for student life, and Larry Moeder, assistant vice president for admissions and student financial assistance.
Every student will tour a residence hall and eat lunch in a dining center.
Academic and career decisions
Pick the academic area you're most interested in and learn more about it. You'll learn about majors and possible careers.
Optional campus tours will run every 30 minutes starting at 2 p.m. Sorority, fraternity, and scholarship houses are open for tours.
What students are saying
"I thought I wanted to major in one thing but Junior Day helped me discover a new
"It was pretty awesome. A lot of stuff about college and K-State was explained, and
I had a ton of my questions answered."
"I liked it a lot, especially going from place to place and exploring campus. The
students were helpful and nice."
Office of Admissions
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