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MTSU welcomes hundreds visiting for Spring Preview...

MTSU welcomes hundreds visiting for Spring Preview Day

Middle Tennessee State University hosted hundreds of prospective students and their families for the second MTSU Spring Preview Day on campus May 13.

MTSU conducts preview days as a way for prospective students to view the campus, take tours led by student guides, learn about departments, programs and student organizations and meet faculty and staff from academic areas and the Division of Student Affairs.

Nearly 40 MTSU visitors watch a new 20-minute video featuring a number of university students sharing the campus story for prospective students and their families Feb. 24 in the Student Services and Admissions Center.

Nearly 40 MTSU visitors watch a new 20-minute video featuring a number of university students discussing the campus for prospective students and their families in the Student Services and Admissions Center in this February file photo.(MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)

To register for any preview day or other special events, visit www.mtsu.edu/schedule-a-visit/special-events.php. Preview Day events begin in the Student Union Building, 1768 MTSU Blvd. To find buildings and parking, visit http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParkingMap.

MTSU admissions officials want prospective students and their families to enjoy the full campus experience during preview days. Visit www.mtsu.edu/schedule-a-visit/docs/Preview-Day-Agenda.pdf for the complete schedule that begins with the 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. check-in and registration in the Student Union lobby.

For questions about the admissions process, email admissions@mtsu.edu or call 615-898-2233.

For questions about special events and tours, email tours@mtsu.edu or call 615-898-5670.

Daily campus tours begin at 10 a.m. Monday through Friday through Aug. 4. No tour will be available Monday, May 29, for the Memorial Day holiday or Tuesday, July 4, for the Fourth of July holiday.

— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)

Transfer students visiting MTSU listen as Emilie Hendren, second from left, a public relations major, informs them about the James E. Walker Library's many features. (MTSU photos by Eric Sutton)

Virtually all MTSU campus tours include a stop in the James E. Walker Library, including the tour group in this file photo. (MTSU file photo by Eric Sutton)


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