High school seniors who participate in these competitions are guaranteed to receive a scholarship to McMurry. Scholarships awarded range from $8,000 per year to full tuition. Students must meet certain test score or GPA requirements in order to be eligible to compete.
McMurry’s 2017 Scholarship Days will take place on February 20, March 4, April 1 and April 22.
High school students and their parents join professors of criminology, political science, psychology, religion and sociology in a unique and entertaining exploration of the social sciences.
The next Mind Games event will take place on Saturday, February 18, 2017.
Student Orientation and Registration (SOAR)
Student Orientation and Registration gives new students and their families the opportunity to meet faculty, staff and future classmates. Students will also register for fall courses and complete other essential business. SOAR is required for all incoming freshman students.
SOAR 2017 will take place on June 9-10, June 23-24, July 14-15 and July 28-29. Students may attend whichever date is most convenient for them.
The College PASS
High school juniors and seniors and their families learn about preparing for college, applying for college, selecting the right career path and university and how to be successful. Financial aid officers are available all day to help families complete the FAFSA.
The next College PASS will take place in fall 2017.
Science Preview Day
High school juniors and seniors join McMurry's science faculty for a hands-on exploration of topics such as rocketry, crime scene investigation, and more.
The next Science Preview Day has not yet been scheduled.