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Homeschool Visit Day
Our campus is now open for in-person visits! Schedule yours today.
Please note: The state of Kentucky is currently requiring the use of masks in public. Our Office of Admissions is closely monitoring and following Asbury University’s official COVID-19 Response, and visits will follow recommendations as outlined by our COVID-19 Task Force, the CDC and government officials (if you do not have a mask for your visit, we can provide one for you!). If you are unable to travel, take a look below at our online alternatives for you to still get to know Asbury and for us to get to know you.
Homeschool Visit Day is an opportunity for homeschooled high schoolers to visit Asbury’s campus and connect with professors, current Asbury students who were homeschooled, and Admissions Counselors and staff.
- October 25, 2019
How is this event different from other Visit Events?
The Homeschool Visit Day is focused on helping homeschool students and families as they make the college decision and transition to university-style learning.
Can I stay in the Residence Halls overnight?
This event does not include an overnight stay, but if you are interested in an overnight experience, we will be happy to find you a host. Please indicate on your registration form that you are interested in either a Thursday-night or Friday-night stay.
Parents and other guests are encouraged to stay at a local hotel or bed & breakfast, some of which offer a special rate for Asbury guests.
View a Tentative Schedule.
If you have any questions about Homeschool Visit Day, please contact the Visit Coordinator at email@example.com or (859) 858-5374.