PULLMAN, Wash. — High school juniors and their families from throughout the region will be on the Washington State University campus Saturday (March 29) to meet with departmental representatives, faculty and student organizations as part of the university’s Junior Preview program.
The students will pick from more than 45 academic sessions led by WSU faculty, staff and graduate students during the day. The 550 visitors will also tour residence halls and a Greek chapter house.
The daylong event is tailored specifically for juniors already focused on choosing a university. WSU organizers said Junior Preview offers students a hands-on experience in academic areas that interest them and the chance to explore WSU programs.