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Students find More to Explore on ASU's campuses

Prospective students get the chance to experience what ASU has to offer during choose-your-own-experience program


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February 15, 2016

There are scores of campus tours available at Arizona State University throughout the year, but once a year there's a super-size event that gives prospective students an inside look at what being a Sun Devil is like.

More to Explore is a choose-your-own-experience visit program for high school and transfer students, who build their own schedules for the day. They can choose from academic, admission and financial-aid sessions; campus, housing and facility tours; Barrett, The Honors College information sessions and tours; and student engagement opportunities.

High school students who are admitted to Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe or West campus also have the opportunity to spend the night in a residence hall the previous night.

Here's a glimpse of More to Explore on the West campus in Glendale; see even more on the Futuresundevils Instagram account.

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