Purdue Animal Sciences Preview Days
Preview Days for Spring 2014
Congratulations on being admitted to Purdue University and the Department of Animal Sciences! We have arranged for four Preview Days to help you become more familiar with the department. It is an opportunity for you to ask questions of current students and faculty and hear their thoughts on various aspects of student life at Purdue.
Preview Days will be held February 8, February 22, March 8, and March 29, 2014. There will be light refreshments available starting at 8:30 am, the program will officially start at 9:00 am and end around 2:30 pm.
Each date is limited to 20 families (the admitted student and two guests). If the date is full, you may either register to be put on the waiting list or select another date. If you register for a waiting list, we will contact you if space opens up. If you cannot make any of these dates and you would like to arrange an individual visit to the department, please contact Dawn Gulik (firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-494-8007) to arrange a visit. Also, if your plans change and you cannot make a scheduled visit, please contact Dawn.
Register for a visit
Driving directions to Pfendler Hall
Again, congratulations on being admitted to Purdue, and we look forward to seeing you.
Dr. John Patterson
Department of Animal Sciences
Preview Days - Tentative Agenda
Pfendler Hall - Room 241
||Refreshments and Informal Discussion - Informal discussion with Faculty and Students|
||Welcome to Animal Sciences - An introduction to Animal Sciences and our faculty|
||Student Ambassador Panel & Discussion - Current students help to answer any questions you may have about student life, extracurricular activities, study abroad, undergraduate research, and ANSC options|
||Current Vet/Graduate Student/Industry Panel & Discussion - Learn about advanced degrees and career opportunities|
||Tour of the Campus and our Animal Sciences Farms - Driving tour of the campus and farms|
||Lunch at Dining Court or Local Restaurant - Continue visiting with students in a more formal environment|