Saturday, October 08, 9:00am
Prospective Students Invited To October Visit Day
Emory & Henry College welcomes all prospective students and their families to campus during a visit day scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 8. Registration takes place at 8:30 a.m. inside Wiley Hall, with opening remarks set for 9 a.m.
Prospective students and families will be treated to sessions involving the College’s “hand-crafted” Admissions process, including the advantageous Early Action timeline. Overviews of financial aid, scholarships and other grant possibilities will be covered, along with the multitudes of campus life activities, student life offerings and the ever-growing Study Abroad programs.
Additionally, prospective students and families will be given the opportunity to take a campus tour at convenient times throughout the day by students from Emory & Henry’s Blue & Gold Society. Guests will be able to meet individually with admission counselors and learn further about our unique Admissions process.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. After lunch, join us at Fullerton Field for ODAC football (vs. Washington and Lee, 1 p.m.), along with ODAC women’s soccer (vs. Randolph-Macon, 5 p.m.) and ODAC men’s soccer (Bridgewater, 7 p.m.). Admission is free for all three events.
For more information or to register, click here or call toll-free at 800-848-5493. If you are calling after 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7 please call Admissions Counselor, Lori Bruce at 434-941-5462
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, E&H 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 towards serving learning.
E&H was also honored over the past year 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 three years ago by President George W. Bush.