ACCESS Days are a great opportunity for students and parents to visit the campus and get an inside look at what life is like at Asbury. You'll attend classes, eat in the dining hall, worship in chapel and stay overnight in one of our residence halls.
Hello! My name is Caiti and I am a graduate from the Unshakable Class of 2015. I majored in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations with a minor in Journalism. During my time as a student, I had the privledge of serving as an Admissions Ambassador for two years where I was able to serve prospective families by showcasing the Asbury experience. I thoroughly enjoy connecting with vistors and hearing about their life story. The joy of continuing to work as the Staff Assistant is that I get to greet every visitor that walks through our front door.
Northeastern part of the US
Asbury University's Media Communications 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.
We're glad you are considering transferring to Asbury, where you will be joined by transfer students from across the nation and around the world. Fifty or more students transfer to Asbury each year, and we recognize the impact you will make on our campus! We are grateful for your experience and perspective!
In 2008, I graduated as a proud member of Asbury University’s “Empowered Class” with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. In addition to studying Communications, I stayed busy playing on Asbury’s Women’s Soccer Team, building life-long friendships in the dorms, and taking fun electives such as Outdoor Living Skills and Ceramics.