Admissions Office Tuesday, November 06, 9:00am
Emory & Henry College welcomes all prospective students and their families to campus for the institution’s final official 2012-13 visit day. The last fall visit day takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 6, with registration beginning at 9 a.m. for the morning session and 1 p.m. for the afternoon session inside the Admissions Office.
During both sessions, prospective students will experience a student-led campus tour, have the chance to talk with an Admissions Counselor and learn about life at E&H with Student Life Professionals.
A light breakfast and snack will be provided, and prospective students are welcome to stay for lunch after the morning session or to come early for lunch prior to the afternoon session.
Register online for the final visit day at http://www.ehc.edu/visit-days-registration-form
Prospective students need to be sure either a morning or afternoon session. They can also call 1.800.848.5493 to reserve a spot.
Located in the Highlands of Virginia, Emory & Henry has devoted itself since 1836 to the belief that education can have a transformative effect on an individual, a place and ultimately the wider world. Emory & Henry College is named for Bishop John Emory, an eminent Methodist church leader, and Patrick Henry, a patriot of the American Revolution and Virginia’s first governor. Together they symbolize the college’s dual emphasis on spiritual growth and civic engagement.
In addition to its continued inclusion within Loren Pope’s publication, “Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change the Way You Think About Colleges,” Emory & Henry has received accolades over the last year from such widely-known publications as Newsweek and Washington Monthly. Both publications praised the College’s work and continued devotion to service learning.
In 2010, Emory & Henry also was one of six schools nationally to be honored with the distinguished President’s Award for Community Service, the highest national recognition given to a college or university for service learning. Emory & Henry was selected from approximately 800 institutions competing for the award and became the first Virginia school to win the award since it was begun four years ago by President George W. Bush.