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Tech Welcomes Prospective Students for Preview Day

Five students, three women and two men, stand in front of Fearless Falls with "wings up."
A group of Tennessee Tech Trailblazers, the university’s new student recruiters, are ready to welcome students at Preview Day, Saturday, Oct. 2. Photo provided by the Office of Communications and Marketing.

On Saturday, Oct. 2, Tech is set to welcome students from across the state for the university’s annual open house, Preview Day.

Prospective students will be able to ask questions about the admissions and scholarships  processes.They will also be able to learn about all of the majors Tech offers and apply for enrollment at the event.

“This event is an awesome opportunity for students to experience what it’s like to be a Golden Eagle,” said Steve Keller, director of admissions. “Prospective students will have the chance to explore campus with current students, interact with academic departments and discover our vibrant student life! Tech is excited to host this annual event and show students why they belong here.”

Attendees will be able to tour campus, learn about student life, chat with faculty and current students.

Each visitor will receive two free tickets to the football game happening the same day. Tech’s Golden Eagle football team will be playing against Southeast Missouri in Tucker Stadium at 1:30 p.m.

There is no cost for Preview Day, but all visitors must register in advance. To register for Preview Day, visit