Dates Set for Free Campus Visits, Homeschoolers Welcome

June 30, 2015

June 30, 2015 – Dates have been set for several eye-opening campus visitation days at Bryan College, absolutely free of charge. Middle and high school students from public and private schools, as well as the homeschool community, are welcome and encouraged to come to campus and see what Bryan is all about.

Campus VisitsComing up in less than two weeks, the first of these events is the Summit Visitation Day during the annual intensive Summit Student Worldview Conference in July. On Saturday, July 11, from 8:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M., prospective students will have the chance to hear respected author and speaker Josh McDowell present on “Bible: Fact, Fiction or Fallacy,” as well as tour campus, eat in the dining hall, and attend several workshops on topics such as worldview and the significance of Dayton, Bryan, and the Scopes Trial. This event is free for teens age 15 and up, and parents are welcome – but registration is limited, so those interested should sign up soon!

September 7 Bryan welcomes students to a special Labor Day on the Hill, offering yet more opportunities for students to tour campus, eat a meal in the dining hall, attend class and chapel, and talk with an admissions representative.

Campus Preview Day, October 22-23, features an exciting overnight visit that shows prospective Bryan Lions what it is like to live in the dorms, as well as attending class and chapel. The uniqueness of this event – one of Bryan’s most popular – lies in the students’ ability to experience the Bryan College campus community firsthand, and this event is also free of cost.

These campus visits are open to students of all academic backgrounds, and Admissions Homeschool Specialist Pat Wesolowski encourages homeschoolers, as well as public- and private-schoolers, to take advantage of these hands-on opportunities to get to know Bryan College.

Written by Chloe Ann Nardone ’13, assistant director of marketing, 423.775.7206;