Murray State has a long history of campus traditions. We invite you to join us for the events below, and find out everything that’s happening on our campus calendar.
Murray State’s orientation — called Summer O — is the beginning of every incoming student’s college experience. Here, your student can register for classes, contact their academic advisor and learn more about transitioning to life at the University.
Mark your calendar: Click here for a full list of 2019 sessions.
Each year, Great Beginnings helps incoming students get better acquainted with campus. Come meet other students and families, and get help with financial aid, meal plans and more. Plus, friendly faculty, staff and fellow students will be on hand at the residential halls to help you move in.
Mark your calendar: Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019
After students get settled in their new college home, Family Weekend gives you a chance to visit and enjoy fun activities together on campus.
Mark your calendar for Family Weekend 2020: September 11-13
Racer One Stop
At the start of each fall and spring semester, Racer One Stop allows students to get all their questions answered in one spot. Located in the Stables within the Curris Center, Racer One Stop provides information about billing, financial aid, scholarships, registration, parking and on-campus housing.
All Campus Sing + Other Campus Traditions
At the yearly All Campus Sing event, various student groups show off their chops by singing, dancing and competing against each other for a good cause. It’s one of many favorite campus traditions.
Mark your calendar: April 17, 2019
Each year, the extended Racer family gathers together on Murray State’s campus for celebratory Homecoming festivities, including the Homecoming parade, Tent City, the Homecoming football game and the crowning of the King and Queen.
Mark your calendar: October 17-19, 2019
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