FSCC Welcomes Local High School Students to Campus

FSCC Welcomes Local High School Students to Campus

Fort Scott, Kan.—Fort Scott Community College will welcome local high school juniors and seniors to the Fort Scott campus during the college’s annual Spring Junior/Senior Days on Friday, March 11 and Friday, April 8. Area high school juniors, seniors, and their parents are encouraged to attend this free event.
 
“It’s our goal is to help students learn why attending FSCC is a smart choice,” Josh Budd, FSCC Director of Admissions. “FSCC continues to rank #1 in the nation for academics and occupational programs, and our faculty and staff are top-notch. We’re excited to show students what we have to offer!”
 
Students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty one-on-one and learn about the benefits of attending Fort Scott Community College. Activities will include a campus tour, Greyhound Challenge game, free lunch, and optional Compass Placement Test. FSCC staff will be on hand to provide free information sessions regarding advisement, financial aid, scholarships, and the TRIO program. In addition, all students will be entered into drawings to win prizes and scholarships.
 
For more information, or to RSVP, call Josh Budd, FSCC Director of Admissions at 620-223-2700 ext. 3510 or email joshb@fortscott.edu.
 

March 11
8:00 am – (optional) Compass Placement Test at the Student Success Center in Bailey Hall
9:00 am – Registration in the Ellis Fine Arts Building Lobby
9:30 am – Introduction & Welcome with Current Greyhounds in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
10:15 am – Information Session #1 (Advising, TRIO) in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
11:00 am – Free lunch in the Hedges Administration Building Cafeteria
11:45 am – Information Session #2 (Financial Aid, Scholarships) in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
12:15 pm – Greyhound Challenge or Campus Tour
12:55 pm – Prizes & Books and Tuition Scholarship Drawing in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
1:00 pm – Option A, B, or C:
                A) Campus Tour with President’s Ambassadors
                B) Compass Test at the Student Success Center in Bailey Hall
                C) Meet 1-on-1 with Faculty & Staff

April 8
8:00 am – (optional) Compass Placement Test at the Student Success Center in Bailey Hall
9:00 am – Registration in the Ellis Fine Arts Building Lobby
9:30 am – Introduction & Welcome with Current Greyhounds in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
10:15 am – Information Session #1 (Advising, TRIO) in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
11:00 am – Free lunch in the Hedges Administration Building Cafeteria
11:45 am – Information Session #2 (Financial Aid, Scholarships) in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
12:15 pm – Greyhound Challenge or Campus Tour
12:55 pm – Prizes & Books and Tuition Scholarship Drawing in the Ellis Fine Arts Center Theater
1:00 pm – Option A, B, C, or D:
                A) Campus Tour – with President’s Ambassadors
                B) Compass Test at the Student Success Center in Bailey Hall
                C) Meet 1-on-1 with Faculty & Staff
                D) Enrollment at the Advising Office in Bailey Hall