Admissions to answer questions on Facebook Live


This month’s ‘Ask Admissions’ program will focus on campus visitation and events

KENNESAW, Ga. (Dec 10, 2018) — Kennesaw State University admissions representatives will answer questions about campus visitation and events in their next Facebook Live broadcast of “Ask Admissions,” Dec. 17 from 7 to 8 p.m.


“Ask Admissions” is a question-and-answer series on Facebook Live that connects potential Kennesaw State students and their parents with University experts on a variety of topics, including admissions, orientation and housing and residence life. Hosting the monthly programs on Facebook Live – a platform for live-streaming video on Facebook – is part of Admissions’ commitment to utilize social media to share information and be accessible to prospective students and their families.


Anyone interested in attending Kennesaw State can watch and ask questions to learn about all the resources available to students transitioning from high school to college. Admissions staff and other KSU representatives answer questions in real time as they are submitted during the broadcast.


“Ask Admissions” airs once per month on Mondays from 7 to 8 p.m. Following the Dec. 17 segment about campus visitation and events, the next three topics will be the Honors College (January), Academic Advising (February) and First-Year Success and Student Disabilities Services (March).


Tune in by visiting KSU's Facebook page at Ask questions by commenting in the field below the video.


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