Sic 'Em Day Brings Potential Students to Campus

Nov. 15, 2006

by Jodi Cunningham, student newswriter, (254) 710-1961

Baylor University admission services will host prospective students and their parents during Sic 'Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, Nov. 20, on the Baylor campus. Approximately 160 students are expected to attend.

Sic 'Em Day is a weekday visit opportunity for students who are unable to attend one of Baylor's premiere events during the fall, winter or spring. While Sic 'Em Day is not as in-depth as a premiere event, it still provides students with a comprehensive feel of what student life is like at Baylor.

The events will begin with registration and an opening session. Next, students will meet with Baylor admission counselors and then have a chance to discuss campus life with current students. After lunch in a campus dining facility, students and their parents will take a tour of campus and hear from Baylor professors during afternoon academic sessions.

"Sic 'Em Days are a great opportunity for students to get a feel for the heart of Baylor University," said senior admissions counselor David Shankle. "We try to offer more than just the typical campus tour."

Monday's Sic 'Em Day will be the second of five that Baylor admission services is hosting this year. Other Sic 'Em Days are scheduled for Jan. 15, March 12 and March 16. Registration will be available for these events approximately two months before each event is scheduled to take place.

For more information on Sic 'Em Days or campus visits in general, contact the campus tours office at or at (254) 710-3435.

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