Kilgore College Rangerette officers Lt. Emmy Brozak, Lt. Katelyn Dickerson, Capt. Mari Vega, Lt. Katie Rock, and Lt. Kylie Benavidez, are pictured here performing during halftime of the Kilgore College-Navarro game last Saturday, Oct. 2. KC dropped the game, 47-43, but sports editor Mitch Lucas says don’t write the Rangers off in 2021 just yet.

Registration is underway for Kilgore College’s annual Ranger Preview Day to give potential students an opportunity to learn more about the exciting opportunities KC offers.

Set for Saturday, Nov. 6, online registration is available at www.kilgore.edu/previewday.

The event will last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about KC.

Instructors will be available to answer questions during division showcases that will provide a hands-on approach to learning about what the college offers.

Students and parents will also be able to learn more about financial aid, scholarships, admissions, choosing a college major, career pathways and residential life.

The admissions seminar will include information on Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, TSI and ACT/SAT testing.

“We are excited to have prospective students on campus,” said Chris Gore, dean of enrollment management and student success. “The day will be a great opportunity for potential students to learn more about the college and to experience what being a Kilgore College student is all about.”

Preview Day participants will also receive free tickets to that afternoon’s Homecoming football game set for 3 p.m. at R.E. St. John Memorial Stadium versus Trinity Valley Community College.

For more information, or for any questions, contact Callie Blakeley, assistant director of admissions and recruitment, at (903) 983-8216 or cblakeley@kilgore.edu.

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