Oklahoma City University will host a Family Feud event to entertain prospective students on their campus visits.
The event will be geared more toward the university’s visitors around middle school and early high school ages.
“These students sometimes aren’t as interested, so it’s a way to make the visit a little more fun,” said Kayla Mckenna, mass communications junior and creator of OCU Family Feud.
The students will be split into teams and asked different questions about OCU and will have to guess current OCU students’ responses, Mckenna said.
Questions will be about different campus buildings and their responses will earn points based on the popularity of the response from current students.
Prizes will consist of OCU pens, lanyards and sunglasses.
The game will likely be implemented at the end of the campus tour, Mckenna said.
Mckenna put a survey on Facebook March 16 to get feedback on the idea from current students. She received generally positive feedback.
“It will be interesting for a freshman in high school to know how college students think about and respond to things,” said Bethany Stanley, religion freshman.
The event is geared toward prospective students, but if students have questions or want to participate, they can contact the OCU visitor’s center.
There is no set date for when OCU Family Feud will start.