When you come up the hill and drive through the gates, you know immediately that there’s something different about Bryan College–something that can’t be captured in a brochure or on a website or in any list of facts and figures.

Is it the setting? That’s part of it–the wide sky, the foothills rising just beyond the campus buildings, the forests and rivers just a few miles away. But lots of colleges have beautiful settings.

The people are what really sets Bryan apart. The professors know their students and care about their success and happiness, while still holding them to high academic standards. The students care about each other, too. Encouraging and challenging one another, they are close without being closed off. They’re open and welcoming, as you’ll see from the moment you set foot on campus.

Every campus visit includes a guided tour and a meeting with an admissions counselor. You may request to stay overnight in a residence hall, attend chapel, eat in the dining hall, sit in on classes, or meet with professors.


Ways to Visit

Personal Visit

A Personal Visit is a tailored visit to fit your schedule and specific requests. You may visit a class, eat in the dining hall, attend chapel and stay in the dorms. Please schedule your personal visit at least 2 work days prior to your desired visit date.

Group Visit

Youth pastors and school counselors are welcome to schedule group visits for their students. Contact our Campus Visit Coordinator.

Labor Day on the Hill

Labor Day on the Hill is Bryan’s first event of the fall semester. Our classes are in session to provide you with the opportunity to visit Bryan during your time off from school.

Preview BC Day

Held during the spring semester, visitors can spend a day with the students, touring campus, attending class, eating in the dining hall, and meeting with Admissions and Financial Aid.

The Mane Event

The Mane Event is an overnight event held during fall semester. Students arrive in the afternoon, enjoy dinner in our dining hall, and participate in campus life that evening. The following day, they attend classes, tour campus, meet faculty, and learn more about admissions and financial aid.

Scholarship Weekend

Invited guests stay overnight on campus, participate in student life, and interview and audition for up to $5000 dollars in additional scholarships.

Summit Visitation Weekend

Stay for lunch, a tour of the campus, a Summit session, and mini-workshops on worldviews, the Scopes Trial, dual enrollment, and more!