SEMO invites prospective students to attend a fall visit day, virtual expo sessions

SEMO invites prospective students to attend a fall visit day, virtual expo sessions
Prospective students and their parents are invited to attend Southeast Missouri State University’s Fall Visit Days and Virtual Exploration Weeks. (Source: SEMO)

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - Prospective students and their parents are invited to attend Southeast Missouri State University’s Fall Visit Days and Virtual Exploration Weeks.

Fall Visit Day and Virtual Explorations provide an opportunity for individuals interested in Southeast to visit the campus and see the academic programs and services Southeast offers.

Students can learn about Southeast’s admission process, financial aid and scholarship opportunities; hear from faculty from academic departments; and interact with current Southeast students, said Lenell Hahn, director of Admissions.

“We just expanded our test optional admission and scholarship program to increase access and affordability for students,” she said. “I hope families can engage with us at one or many of these events so we can connect their interests to opportunities at Southeast.”

Fall Visit Days are scheduled for October 2, 23 and 24.

Fall Visit Day will offer a walking tour of campus with a current student, admission and aid presentation, and information on the value of a college degree.

Virtual Exploration Weeks will be held October 5-8 and 26-29.

Prospective students can learn about Southeast from the comfort of anywhere with Virtual Exploration Weeks.

More than 30 session topics will be hosted ranging from academics to student life to support services.

Prospective students and their families can attend multiple sessions based on their interests.

To register for these events, visit semo.edu/visit.

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