Lee Day Begins Friday Share Tweet Email LinkedIn 04/06/16 Top News Prospective Students University Wide All Inclusive Life @ Lee Beginning Friday, April 8, Lee University will host its annual Lee Day, 34 hours of excitement geared toward prospective students, parents and youth leaders. “For many years, Lee Day has been the reason students choose to enroll at Lee and this year will be no exception,” said Vice President for Enrollment Phil Cook. “We will welcome hundreds of students and their families to campus for an informational and inspiring two days of activity.”Lee Day events kick off at 11 a.m. Friday with registration and opportunities for prospective students to observe featured classes until 2 p.m. Campus tours and academic displays will also commence at this time, giving guests a chance to meet faculty and students in the departments of their interest.At 12:30 p.m., early class selection will begin. Incoming freshmen will have the opportunity to schedule an appointment to choose their class schedules for the fall 2016 semester.Block Party 2015That afternoon, prospective students who are undecided about their major will be able to hear current students and faculty talk about options during “Major Discovery” at 2 p.m. Guests will then be able to hear the various Lee ensembles perform during “Music in the Air” at 3 p.m. Info sessions regarding Lee Theatre and Summer Honors, along with men’s and women’s tennis matches, will also occur that afternoon between 2:30 and 4 p.m.A gigantic block party with food, fun and Lee students will kick off Friday at 5 p.m. At 6:30, the Worship Rally featuring Lee President Dr. Paul Conn, The Voices of Lee, and Lee’s Chapel Band will take place, followed by “Lee U Spotlight,” an opportunity to view highlights of Lee music, award-winning videos, and alumni stories. At 8 p.m., guests and students can choose between attending the Lee Theatre production “The Diary of Anne Frank” or the LeeU Spotlight event. The night ends at 9:30 p.m. with “Movie Under the Stars” on the Lee Soccer Field.Saturday morning brings a new day of opportunities for early class selection and campus tours. Beginning at 8 a.m., academic displays will be set up in the various departments across campus. By 9:30 a.m., displays will be set up where prospective students can find out which clubs and organizations they can potentially join. Prospective athletes will also have opportunities at this time to meet the coaches and receive tryout information. There will be a Teen Talent workshop at 10 a.m. where prospective students will be able to perform for professors’ critiques.At 10 a.m., an informative Q & A session will be hosted for the parents by Dr. Conn and the financial aid staff, where lunch will be provided. Prospective students will also be able to tour residence halls Saturday.Luncheons for transfer students and high school seniors will take place at noon, with an opportunity to register for scholarship drawings. Luncheons will also be hosted for high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, as well as Lee alumni.Kairos Honors info sessions and School of Music auditions will take place that afternoon at 1:30 p.m., and men’s and women’s tennis matches begin at 2 p.m.At 2:30 p.m. in the Conn Center, the crowd favorite “Life at Lee,” a lighthearted look at campus life, returns. Following “Life at Lee,” a drawing for seven scholarships will occur, just before everyone is invited to convene for a tailgate atmosphere which will include a variety of food trucks and outdoor games.Grammy and Dove award-winning Christian hip hop artist, songwriter, and record producer Lecrae will perform in concert to conclude the festivities on Saturday at 8 p.m. “Without a doubt, this is the best time to visit our campus,” said Danny Murray, Lee Day Steering Committee chairman. “Wonderful events, all free to those who register for Lee Day. Don’t miss it!”To schedule an appointment for early class selection, call (423) 614-8121.For more information or to register, visit Lee Day.