Individual Visit Options
You've got a lot of flexibility when choosing which options you'd like to put together in designing your individual campus visit. Keep these things in mind as you are choosing your options:
- Campus visits are available nearly every weekday, and most Saturdays during the academic year. No campus visits are scheduled on Sundays or over holiday breaks. Visits may be limited during University exam weeks.
- Visits are typically arranged around standard campus tour times, and begin at 9:00 am, 11:00 am, or 2:15 pm. You should expect to be on campus for at least three hours for a one-day campus visit.
- Overnight visits, for high-school seniors only, can begin on Sunday through Thursday evenings during the academic year. No overnights are scheduled for Friday or Saturday nights, or during summer break.
- All visits will include a short introductory presentation, meeting with an admissions counselor, and a campus tour.
- Tour — Our student ambassadors lead you through campus, sharing some of their experiences, and addressing your questions.
- Counselor — A private meeting with one of our admission counselors gives you a chance to learn about financial aid and dig into particular programs and details you're interested in.
- Class — Sit in on a real North Park class to get a feel for the academic experience here.
- Professor — Sitting down with a faculty member can help you understand how our programs will prepare you for a future in your chosen field.
- Coach — Athletes can meet with their sport's coach to learn about varsity programs' competitiveness, practices, team dynamics, and more.
- Lunch — Our buffet-style dining hall offers options for any appetite and gives you a taste of the larger student community.
- Chapel — On Wednesday mornings you can join us for one of our two weekly chapel services, where students and faculty come together to worship, learn, converse, and grow in Christ.
- CollegeLife — High school seniors who opt for an overnight visit beginning on a Sunday evening should plan to arrive in time to participate in this weekly campus worship service, hosted by University Ministries. Students, faculty, and staff gather for energetic worship, to hear speakers from around the world, and to be challenged and encouraged in their faith.
- Rehearsal — Whether you're interested in music as a career or just a hobby, sitting in on a rehearsal for a choir or ensemble is a great way to learn about programs in the School of Music.
Know what you want to do? Schedule your custom visit now.