Potential students to visit campus during Eagle for A Day

Oklahoma Christian will welcome visitors to campus tomorrow. Photo by Jake Whiteley.

Oklahoma Christian will welcome visitors to campus tomorrow. Photo by Jake Whiteley.

For the second time this semester, high school students will be placed into small groups to tour the campus of Oklahoma Christian University during the Eagle for A Day event Sept. 22.

Eagle for A Day happens several times each semester, allowing high school sophomores, juniors, seniors and their parents to visit the Oklahoma Christian campus for a half-day of pre-planned events designed to give them a preview of the school.

The event starts at 9 a.m. with registration and a complimentary breakfast in the Garvey Center. Students will get their schedules, meet their Admissions Counselor and talk with fellow potential students.

Following a welcoming address, visitors will begin their tour of campus with a student guide or have talk about academics with professors, then meet in Hardeman Auditorium to join current Eagles in chapel to worship.

Guests will have the chance to eat lunch in Oklahoma Christian’s cafeteria at 12:30 p.m. with their group before the main events close and optional activities begin.

Following the conclusion of Eagle for a Day, students can partake in optional events such as a Financial Aid 101 presentation, tours of housing on campus and meetings with Student Financial Services, Study Abroad, the Honors Program and the Bridge Program.

If the student visiting is a potential NCAA athlete, they can call in to the school and ask to meet with the coach of their respective sports, as long as the visit falls under NCAA regulations.

More information and registration for the upcoming Eagle for a Day events is available online.

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