Music Department Visit Event

Students sitting at desks in a classroomThe Music Department Visit Event is in connection with a Preview event. It is a great opportunity for students and parents to visit the campus and get an inside look at what life is like at Asbury for a music student. You'll attend classes, eat in the dining hall, worship in chapel and stay overnight in one of our residence halls, as well as, having the chance to interact with Asbury music faculty and students through classes, rehearsals, and performances. Seniors can also schedule music auditions.


Tentative Music Department Visit Event Schedule

Thursday, February 22

6:30 p.m.

Center for Communication Arts

7:30 p.m.

Concerto Concert
Jameson Hall

9 - 10 p.m.

Milkshakes with overnight hosts
Hiccup Coffee Shop

Friday, February 23

8 a.m.

Breakfast with Admissions Staff
Z.T. Johnson Dining Hall

8:30 a.m.

Parent Financial Aid Seminar
Kinlaw Library Boardroom

9 a.m. (Choose one option)

  • Class Option
    List provided at registration
  • Campus Tour
    Admissions Office

10 a.m.  

Hughes Auditorium

11 a.m.  

Faculty Panel with Professors & Lunch
Johnson Dining Hall ~ Gray Room

1 p.m.

Academic Fair: Meet Your Professors
Student Center

2 p.m. 

Music Open House
McCreless Hall


Admissions Open House
Hager Administration Building

3 p.m.

Lessons, Master Classes, Ensembles

4 - 5 p.m.

Lessons, Master Classes, Ensembles

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does It Cost?

The Music Department Visit Event is free to attend. In addition, we will cover the cost of breakfast and lunch on Friday for visiting students and their family.

Who can attend?

Any current high school juniors or seniors. College students interested in transferring to Asbury are also invited. 

How can I participate in the Concerto Competition?

Those participating in the Concerto Competition will need to come earlier on Thursday afternoon. Winners will be acknowledged at the Concerto Concert on Thursday evening. Contact Prof. Nathan Miller ( for more information.

What Are My Housing Options?

Students are invited to stay on campus and get the real college experience in one of Asbury's residence halls. 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.

What Should I Bring?

If you are staying overnight in a residence hall, bring a sleeping bag, pillow, towel and any necessary toiletries.

What If I Want a Music, Theatre or Worship Arts Audition or Athletics Tryout?

To schedule a music audition, please contact the appropriate music faculty listed below. Audition guidelines can be found on the Music Department's webpage.

If you are interested in intercollegiate athletics, please visit our Asbury Athletics webpage and complete the recruiting form for your sport.

To request a Worship Arts Audition, please complete the audition registration form.

To request a Theatre and Cinema Performance Audition, please complete the audition registration form.

What Events Are There for Parents?

  • Parents are invited to attend all parts of the event including the Campus Tour, Classes, Chapel and Meals, but are not required to attend. We do have a Financial Session scheduled for parents on Friday morning.

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 the event, please contact the Visit Coordinator at or (859) 858-5364.

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