Homeschool Visit Day

Students giving each other a high fiveHomeschool Visit Day is an opportunity for high school-aged homeschoolers to visit Asbury's campus and connect with professors, current Asbury students who were homeschooled, and Admissions Counselors and staff.

• October 20, 2017

ACCESS Day Registration

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does It Cost?
The Homeschool Visit Day is free to attend.

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. Check out the tentative schedule below:

8am: Registration in Miller Communication Arts Lobby
8:30am: Welcome in Miller Screening Room
9am: Class Options / Parent Seminar: Financial Aid
10am: Chapel in Hughes Auditorium
11am: Class Options/Campus Tours/ Parent Seminar: Dual-Enrollment
12pm: Lunch in Z.T. Johnson Cafeteria
1pm: Campus Tours/Dorm Tours/Admissions Open House
2pm: Panel of Asbury Homeschooled Students
3pm: Group Session: C.S. Lewis Scholar, Dr. Devin Brown
4pm: Optional Equine Tour

Can I stay in the Residence Halls overnight?
This event does not include an overnight, but if you are interested in checking out the residence halls through an overnight experience, let us know that on your registration form and we will find you an overnight host. Please indicate if you prefer Thursday or Friday night.

Parents and other visitors are encouraged to stay at a local hotel or bed & breakfast, some of which offer a special rate for Asbury visitors.

 

Traveling to Asbury

As you prepare for your trip to Asbury University, be sure to check out these helpful links:

If you have any questions about Homeschool Visit Day, please contact the Visit Coordinator at visit@asbury.edu or (859) 858-3511, ext. 2374.

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