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Posted for Tuesday, January 10, 2017
The month of January is full of athletic events at SMSU, and rounding out the month is the epic Hawaiian Night. To share in the tradition, the Admission Office will be hosting our third open house program of the year on January 28, 2017 starting at 1 p.m.
The Hawaiian Night program will kick off with an Admission Presentation followed by an Academic and Student Services Fair. At the fair, students and families will be able to talk with professors and representatives from services on campus.
The next session is a student panel. This session allows prospective students and their parents to ask current students what life is like as a Mustang.
Finally, the day is wrapped up with campus tours from our University Ambassadors and Q & A from the Admission staff and other faculty.
Those wishing to attend the Hawaiian Night open house event may RSVP at www.smsu.edu/admission/visit.cfm
Seniors who apply to SMSU during Hawaiian Night will have their application fee waived.
Next Open House: Junior Visit Day - March 18, 2017 (seniors welcome)
For further information, call Emily Bruflat in the Admission Office at 507-537-6286.
— Emily Bruflat
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