Over 600 prospective students and their guests came out for Fall Visit Day
The rain, wind and cold did not stop almost 2,000 people from coming to campus on Saturday November 1 for the annual CSU Fall Visit Day. Prospective students and their guests spent the day learning about life at CSU through interactive sessions on how to choose a college, navigating financial aid, living on campus, honors and scholars, and transferring to CSU, and enjoying an engaging talk by Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs Dean Ned Hill. Guests also had additional options to explore CSU throughout the day with campus tours, a campus information fair featuring representatives from college, student organization and campus services, and presentations on engineering, business and the NEOMED program.
Over 150 students took advantage of the Application and Admissions station and submitted an application to CSU.