Experience the warmth and wonder of our campus and discover everything Asbury offers for your journey.
Asbury’s warmhearted community comes to life in worship services, classroom discussions, conversations with professors and late-night residence hall Bible studies. It happens in labs and on practice fields and equestrian facilities, and in every corner of our beautiful campus. We invite you to experience all of these places on your visit.
A personalized visit typically takes 3 to 4 hours and can include a campus tour, visiting chapel, touring a residence hall and other options.
Experience the life of an Asbury student for a day, and meet prospective students who share your interests. See the full list of visit events.
Group visits let you explore Asbury with those you know well — school groups, youth groups or other youth organizations.
Our admission counselors are eager to meet you, answer your questions, introduce you to the financial aid process and connect you with the Asbury community.
We want your visit to give you a sense of what’s possible in your future with Asbury. Let us know how we can help with transportation, lodging, meals, excursions in the surrounding Bluegrass region and everything else that lets you imagine the journey before you. Our Admissions office is happy to answer your questions.
If you live more than 300 miles from Asbury, we’ll cover the cost of your flight and credit it toward your first semester’s tuition.
Choose from an array of lodging options in the Bluegrass region known for its beauty and hospitality.
Plan your visit and explore the surrounding area.
Central Kentucky’s Blue Grass Airport in Lexington offers multiple nonstop flights and is a short drive from Asbury.
Find charming local eateries within walking distance of campus in downtown Wilmore and more in nearby Lexington.
You’ll get the best sense of life at Asbury by visiting when class is in session and especially on chapel days (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Families are always welcome to join, and visits are always free. If you’re a high school junior or senior or a current college student interested in traveling, you can stay overnight to experience the close-knit communities that form in our residence halls.
Our community challenges each other to seek excellence in all things. See how we live our values of community, compassion, collaboration and seeking our best together.
At Asbury, God is invited into everything, from class to worship to relationships to work. Asbury is a place where you grow in relationship to God.TylerVisionary Class of 2020 - Engineering Mathematics