High school juniors, seniors and transfer students will get the chance to spend Fort Hays State Universitie’s Tiger Day, Saturday, Nov. 8, getting acquainted with what FHSU has to offer.
Tiger Day provides prospective students with information and insight on all aspects of life at FHSU, from academics and scholarships to residential living and student organizations. Tiger Day ends in football, with Fort Hays State taking on Missouri Southern.
“Tiger Day provides you with an excellent opportunity to attain important information regarding academic majors, scholarships, financial aid, student life, athletics, co-curricular activities and much more,” said the Office of Admissions on its website. “Visiting campus is the best way to determine if FHSU is the right choice for you and it can give you a head start on the road to college.”
Students are able to register online for Tiger Day at http://www.fhsu.edu/admissions/Tiger-Day-RSVP/.
The morning kicks off at 8:30 with the Academic and Co-Curricular Fair inside the Memorial Union. Campus and residential life tours begin at 12:30 p.m. After the tours, students will receive a free ticket and concession voucher for the football game, which begins at 2 p.m.