‘Loper Preview Day’ Gives High School Students the Chance to Tour UNK Campus

LeeAnn Amm
assistant director of Admissions, 308.865.8457

High school seniors interested in attending the University of Nebraska at Kearney will have the opportunity to check out the campus, thanks to the Loper Preview Day event on Monday, Dec. 5.

The purpose of this event is to give students a first-hand look at life at UNK, and allow them to interact with current UNK students.

During the course of the day, students will take a walking guided tour of the campus, have lunch in the cafeteria and find out about what attending UNK is really like from a panel of students currently enrolled at UNK. Seniors also receive information about the admissions process, financial aid and scholarships, and the various student life opportunities on campus.

According to Campus Visit Coordinator LeeAnn Amm, approximately 20 high school seniors from towns across Nebraska have already registered to attend.

Students interested in the preview days events can register online by going to www.unk.edu and clicking on the Prospective Students button on the right-hand side of the page. Registration is free and is limited to the first 100 students, Amm said, and students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

The following high school seniors are registered to attend the event:
     Auburn – Patrick Teten, Auburn High School  
 – Amberle Zuerlein, Scotus Central Catholic High School  
 – Michelle Moore, Scotus Central Catholic High School  
Grand Island
 – Adam Stines, Grand Island Senior High School  
 – Rachel McPherson, Hastings High School  
 – Matthew Munsen, Hershey High School  
 – Dru Wehrs, Milford High School  
 – Cade Craig, Minden High School  
North Platte
 – North Platte High School  
 – Elizabeth Fischer, Ord High School  
Rising City
 – Jordan Crook, Shelby High School  
 – Danyelle Schultz, Seward High School  
 – Christopher Goelz, Shelby High School; Jacob Hablitzel,
Shelby High School  
 – Robyn Holl, Ravenna High School  
 – Devin Vodicka, Shelby High School  
 – Matt Engelhaupt, Raymond Central High School  
 – Kristin Krejci, Wahoo High School; Riley Miller, Wahoo
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