Want to make memories that last a lifetime with your grandchild or a special child in your life? The only requirements are: 1. You must be a K-State alum who wants to share your love of K-State; and 2. The child must be between the ages of 8-12.
If so, join us for the College of Education’s Grandparents University, or GPU, Aug. 2-4. Participants will stay in the dorms and dine in the Derby Food Complex, just like college students. This year, there are seven engaging activities to choose from at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art and the colleges of architecture, planning and design, engineering, human ecology, and education.
GPU participants will receive a true Wildcat welcome as members of the The Pride, K-State’s Marching band – the number one marching band in the nation – greet participants.
More information and registration details are available on the College of Education’s Website, or by contacting Teara Lander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those wishing to share their love of K-State with their grandchild, niece or nephew, or any youngster between the ages of 8-12, consider enrolling in this summer’s Grandparents University, or GPU.
GPU was successfully piloted last year by the College of Education, and this three-day, fun-filled experience will be held July 20-22. Group activities are planned at Call Hall and Bluemont Hall, and participants can select two other areas of interest at registration. Amazing sessions are currently being planned at the colleges of Architecture, Planning and Design, Engineering, Human Ecology, and Veterinary Medicine.
Families will stay in residence halls, and evening activities include swimming and bowling. Registration is $200 for tweens and $250 for adults.
For more information, contact Teara Lander, GPU organizer, at 785.532.6041 or email her at email@example.com. To register before the June 20th deadline, visit Grandparents University.