Developed at UMKC, Supplemental Instruction is an innovative peer-mentoring program that is now used at universities around the world. Come to this fun, informative session to learn more about this key to academic success.
What are you going to do with that major? Join Career Services in this interactive session to discuss choosing your major, what jobs are out there for various degrees, and get some tips to eventually land your dream job. You'll also get to hear from current UMKC students and alumni about their work experiences before and after graduation.
Soon you'll be awarded financial aid. What happens next? We'll discuss important timelines, how to understand your financial aid package, and the next steps needed to ensure your aid is ready for the upcoming semester.
Want to know more about UMKC's 18 social fraternities and sororities? Speak with fraternity and sorority leaders about getting involved and how Greek life has shaped their experience at UMKC.
Expand your scholarly horizons through the Honors College, which offers a challenging academic environment while cultivating a tight-knit community. Join a panel of current Honors College students to learn how you can get the most out of your education.
A diverse and global community, UMKC is home to international students from more than 80 countries. Students can study abroad in over 60 countries. Join us to see life from a different cultural perspective, and meet new friends by playing games with current students and staff.
Get the scoop on what it's really like at UMKC. In two separate sessions, one for student and one for families, you will have an opportunity to ask questions and hear candid answers from current students and their families on life and learning at UMKC.
Living on campus is a unique and rewarding experience. Current residents will discuss their involvement with Residential Life, including the benefits of living on campus, how to share space with a roommate, and how to get involved in hall leadership positions.
A perfect option for first-time visitors, this walking tour will feature the Student Union, Atterbury Student Success Center, Miller Nichols Library and more. Tours are led by current students who will help you get a feel for what campus has to offer.
Stop by Oak Street Residence Hall and Oak Place Apartments for an informal tour. To live on campus, complete a contract online or complete one on the spot at the event.
Drop in to get answers to questions that are specific to your situation. For general information about financing college, sign up for the "Financial Aid 101" session above.
Office of Admissions
Events and New Student Programs Coordinator