25th Annual LASER Day Event will take place in Fall of 2017
Liberal Arts, Science & Engineering Resource Day
LASER Day is designed for 10th, 11th and 12th grade high school students and community college students and their parents, guardians, teachers and guidance counselors. This is a free, annual event sponsored by the College of Science, College of Engineering and College of Psychology and Liberal Arts. The Fall 2016 event will be on hiatus but watch for other exciting community events to come!
The study of science, engineering and liberal arts is exciting, and through LASER Day you can experience this very excitement. Our program allows students to choose three specific areas of interest to them, visit laboratories and attend presentations about chemistry, engineering, the space sciences, marine biology, media, music, languages and computing, to name a few. Students will also have the opportunity to observe working research laboratories and discuss research projects with the faculty conducting them. From 4:00pm – 5:00pm, while students are attending their sessions, we will also be offering a Financial Aid & Undergraduate Admissions 101 session for interested parents/guardians. All presentations are over by 6:15 p.m followed by concluding remarks in Gleason Performing Arts Center.
If students or parents would like to visit campus again to get a more personalized tour, please call (321) 674-8030.