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Preview Days


Spend a Friday with us and experience campus life, visit classes, meet students and faculty, and more.

What you will do

  • Get information geared toward your specific area of interest
  • Watch a media presentation to introduce you to BJU
  • Take a student-led campus tour
  • Visit classes
  • Meet faculty and students in your specific area of interest
  • Attend academic sessions, demonstrations and labs
  • Eat in BJU’s dining common
  • Meet one-on-one with faculty (available upon request)
  • Gain valuable admission information

Stay Overnight

Want to stay overnight in the residence halls? You can! Residence hall accommodations are available for free.

Families

Your parents are invited to attend with you, and can also eat for free. Siblings or other family members are welcome to attend, but will need to purchase meal tickets.

Schedule

The schedule may vary based on the preview day you attend.

Time Event Location

8-8:30 a.m.

Check In & Light Continental Breakfast

Enjoy delicious Panera bagels, yogurt and fruit while meeting BJU’s faculty and student ambassadors.

Welcome Center

8:30 a.m.

Introduction to BJU & Campus Tour

Welcome Center

10 a.m.

Visit Classes

11 a.m.

Financial Aid and Admission Session

With all of the financial aid available to you, a quality Christian, liberal arts education is more affordable than you may think. You will have the chance to hear an Admission Counselor explain the Admission process and answer questions about the application process. Swing by to get a free T-Shirt at the conclusion of the meeting!

Levinson Hall

Noon

Lunch

Dining Common

1-3 p.m.

Classes/Labs, Specialized Tours or Events

3 p.m.

Tips for Success

Come learn how you can begin preparing now for college, and how BJU will help you succeed as a student here.

Levinson Hall

5 p.m.

Dinner

Dining Common

7-8 p.m.

Faculty Wind Quintet Recital

The University’s resident Wind Quintet features works for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon. The program includes wind masterworks as well as original and lighter works.

Stratton Hall