Asbury University's Engaging Culture Weekend is open to any high school juniors and seniors interested in any major, but will be of particular interest to students wanting to study Media Communication.
Homeschool 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.
• March 4th, 2016
Asbury University offers a visit weekend specifically for Salvation Army students!
During the Salvation Army Visit Weekend you'll attend university classes, attend Chapel, meet Asbury's Salvation Army staff and students, learn about the financial aid opportunities for Salvationists, and get more familiar with Asbury Campus. For more details, see the schedule below.
Asbury University offers a unique opportunity for high school students who have an interest in Exercise Science, Pre-Physical Therapy, or Fitness. The Exercise Science Visit Event is a chance for students to become familiar with Asbury's Exercise Science program, no matter your experience level.
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I am a 2005 graduate of Asbury and a proud member of the Vessel class.While at Asbury I made lifelong friends, grew in my faith, and felt prepared for work in the professional world. I have a masters in communication from Michigan State, spent five years working in Student Development at a sister university, and four years teaching and serving university students in China. Almost ten years later, I am excited to be back at Asbury serving future generations of students. If you are curious about Asbury. the best way to learn more is to come to campus for a visit.
WILMORE, Ky. — Through Asbury University’s Call Conference - occurring October 2-4 this year - the University reaches out to high school students who are in the process of exploring what it means to be called by God.
Will is a Lexington, KY native and 2010 (Unashamed Class) alum of Asbury University. He received his B.A. in Media Communications and was fortunate to do an internship his Senior year at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia. He then worked as a Communications Intern at One Mission Society (formerly OMS International) in Greenwood, IN. With a great interest in working overseas he gladly accepted a 2-year contract as a Resident Assistant at Taejon Christian International School in Daejeon, South Korea.