Showcase Colorado State Brings High-School Juniors to Campus April 18 and 28
Colorado State University invites high-school juniors and their families to "Showcase Colorado State," a visit day designed to give individuals firsthand perspectives on what Colorado State has to offer.
The university’s Office of Admissions will present Showcase Colorado State 8 a.m.-3 p.m., April 18 and April 28 in the Lory Student Center on the Fort Collins campus. The cost is $10 for the event and pre-registration is recommended.
Participants of Showcase Colorado State will preview academic programs and student services offered at the university. Representatives from admissions, financial aid, housing, the eight different colleges and other campus organizations will be available to answer questions. There also will be sessions on the admissions process, SAT and ACT test-taking tips, and parent and student panel discussions. A campus tour and lunch are included in the registration fee.
"This is a chance for high school students to gain perspectives of college life and the Colorado State campus," said Craig Chesson, admissions counselor. "We have a variety of activities during the day that will help students feel more comfortable when they come to our campus. The experience also is invaluable when making the decision on which college to attend." To pre-register or for more information, call the Office of Admissions at (970) 491-6909.