This Friday, Richmond’s Kwantlen Polytechnic University is hosting an open house to showcase its class and career options.
High school students, mature students and the public are all invited to explore the campus and its programs.
“The open house is our chance to connect with the community and showcase everything KPU has to offer, from unique programs and innovative approaches to hands-on education to the learning opportunities outside of the classroom,” said KPU president and vice-chancellor, Alan Davis in a press release.
Throughout the day, visitors can participate in hands-on activities such as writing a haiku, building a skeleton or looking at a human fossil with the faculty of arts or play a twit on the game of Operation with the faculty of health. At the faculty of trades and technology, visitors can watch a showcase of how to take apart a microwave while the Wilson School of Design students will offer a design challenge.
Doors open for the event on Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and tours run every 30 minutes beginning at 11:30.