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King University News :: "King for a Day" to give high school students an inside look into King College

High school juniors and seniors who are wanting to experience what college is like can do so on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012 as King College hosts “King for a Day.” The day-long event gives students and their families the royal treatment and the opportunity to talk with various college representatives about the admissions process, financial aid, student life, degree programs, and more.

“‘King for a Day’ gives students and their families the opportunity to get a first-hand look at King College, and let them see the bond that the King community shares,” said Elvin Browne, director of undergraduate recruitment and admissions.

Registration is open from 8 a.m. – 8:45 a.m., with activities beginning at 9 a.m.  Participants will break into separate student and parent information groups on a wide array of topics including: academics, student life, and campus safety, as well as Q A panels with current King College students.  Participants will also get the chance to interact with faculty, staff, and current students.  Representatives will also be available to offer guidance on the admissions and financial aid process.

“Having ‘King for a Day’ in conjunction with our annual Family Weekend festivities gives prospective students and current students the chance to interact and be a part of the King College community,” said Greg King, associate vice president of enrollment management.

The day includes lunch by the lake and campus tours.  Activities will conclude at approximately 1:30 p.m.

Students interested in attending “King for a Day” should contact the admissions office at 800.362.0014 or register online at visit.king.edu/king-for-a-day.