(Ashland, Ore.) — About 600 high school students are expected to be on the Southern Oregon University campus on Friday (Nov. 18) for Preview Day, the institution’s main Fall Term college visitation event for prospective students.
Currently, the record number of Preview Day attendees is the 469 who visited during last year’s event.
Preview Day activities introduce students to various aspects of campus life, to the opportunities an SOU education can make available to them and to the people that make the university a special place. Prospective students will tour the campus and residence halls, meet with faculty in academic areas that are of most interest to them, explore resources and facilities, and dine on campus.
All participants will take part in a session at the Music Recital Hall from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Music will be provided by SOU’s acclaimed Left Edge Percussion group; President Linda Schott will welcome the visitors; and Lee Ayers, director of the Undergraduate Studies Division, will discuss the university’s House Initiative – which offers opportunities for students to collaborate on big ideas in either the Green House or the Skeptic House.
Students will split into smaller groups for the remainder of the day for a variety of discussions, tours, faculty presentations, contests, workshops and informational sessions.
About Southern Oregon University
Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.