MSU Spring Cowboy Q & A Day - Saturday, March 5, 2016We at McNeese State University invite you to a campus-wide open house for prospective students and their families. During this one day, you can meet faculty & staff, tour the dorms, visit the student union and bookstore and see what McNeese has to offer you. You can also learn more about our colleges and majors, get information about admission and pick up some financial aid and scholarship information, too. Bring your family and friends, and we'll see you Saturday, March 5, 2016.
*This event will be held in the Quad. See you all Saturday!
(EACH PARTICIPANT ATTENDING SHOULD REGISTER SEPARATELY. IF YOU ARE BRINGING A GROUP EACH PERSON NEEDS TO REGISTER.)
Schedule of Events
9:15am- 11:00am Browse Departments and University Services
(Come and go as you please)
9:45am-10:15am 1st mini-session:
Now That You 're Admitted
McNeese Student Housing
10:30am-11:15am Department Open House/Presentations
11:35am-12:05pm 2nd mini-session:
Now That You' re Admitted
Preparing for College
McNeese Student Housing
Write to Excellence Center/Academic Comuting & Learning Center
During event campus and housing tours will be offered.
Campus Tour Offerings:
Housing Tour Offerings:
*All mini-sessions will take place in the Burton Business Building (# 2 on the McNeese Campus map)
McNeese Baseball vs. Bradley (Cowboy Diamond @ 3:00pm)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can attend?
Cowboy Q & A Day is a campus wide Open House. There will be programs that will appeal to young and old alike. Prospective students, former students, and anyone wishing to learn more about McNeese State University will want to come.
Do I need to register?
Please register online to attend. Registration is recommended, but not required.
What does it cost?
Cowboy Q & A Day is free, but you will want to bring money to shop at the McNeese bookstore.
Can I meet with an admissions counselor while on campus?
Admission Counselors will be available in the Quad area to answer your questions. There will also be sessions available for junior and senior high school students as wells as transfer and graduate students.
Are campus tours available and do I need to register for a tour?
General Campus tours will be available. Registration for campus tours are not required. Check the schedule for times and meeting locations. Please arrive 5 minutes before the scheduled tour.
Do I need to check-in at any particular location?
Yes, There will be a central check-in location near the Student Union Annex.
Where are the sessions located?
Sessions are located in various buildings throughout campus. Please review the "Schedule of Events" and review the location each session on our campus map
Do you have other questions?
For questions or more information, please contact Jacqueline Clark