Diversity Day at Morehead State University for all high school students

Morehead State University will be holding their annual Diversity Day on Saturday, April 2nd to introduce all high school students and their families to the campus life, academic programs, and student services at MSU. 

From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. guests will get to hear MSU minority students’ testimonies, explore University facilities and speak with the faculty; including the admission representatives. Diversity Day will also expose participants to MSU’s commitment to recruiting and retaining a diverse and unique student population, as stated on the website.

“I think this day will serve as a great way to allow high school students to know that no matter the ethnicity or uniqueness of a person, there is a school out there for everyone,” said Kristina Johns (11) of Louisville Male High School.

Bus transportation from Lexington, Louisville, and Cincinnati to and from MSU will be provided. For more information on where to sign up, check out the website: http://www.moreheadstate.edu/content_template.aspx?id=1185

By Morgan Loy
Morgan Loy is a senior in CMA. She is the people's section editor for the yearbook and a staff writer for Manual Redeye. She hopes to use everything she has learned in communications and apply it to her future career.