Goshen College Fall Visit Days
Goshen College offers fall visit days for high school students
GOSHEN, Ind. － High School students have several upcoming opportunities to visit the Goshen College campus during fall open houses. Students can tour campus, talk with faculty, learn about financial aid and scholarships and explore what it means to study at Goshen College.
Upcoming visit days include:
- Oct. 6 | Homecoming Open House
- Oct. 23 | Nursing and Public Health Career Day
- Oct. 26-28 | Fly and Drive Visit Weekend (for students who live 100+ miles away)
- Nov. 10 | Explore Goshen Day
Goshen College also offers personalized individual visits Monday through Friday that include a campus tour, meetings with admissions and financial aid representatives as well as the option of meeting with a professor and/or coaches.
Explore Goshen Days and open houses are excellent opportunities to get the most out of a college visit, with campus tours, admissions and financial aid sessions, student panels, round tables with professors and interactions with other students who are interested in attending Goshen College.
Whether or not students know what they want to study, campus visits provide a hands-on opportunity to get to know Goshen College and explore their future. Students may receive partial reimbursement for their travel costs (conditions apply).
Individual visits are also available throughout the year. Contact the Goshen College Admission Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, 800.348.7422 or 574.535.7535. For more information, visit goshen.edu/visit.
Goshen College is a nationally-ranked college in Indiana; renowned for its purposeful and integrated curriculum, its distinctive hands-on, real-world educational opportunities, and its commitment to creating positive change in the world. Located in the city of Goshen, the college’s 135-acre tree-filled campus is home to about 900 students, including more than 45% that identify as students of color or from countries outside of the U.S. It offers over 65 undergraduate areas of study; as well as best-in-class graduate programs in nursing, business administration, and environmental education. Named the #1 Bachelor’s College in Indiana by Washington Monthly and listed among Princeton Review’s Greenest Colleges, Goshen prides itself on providing an integrated and multifaceted education that connects arts with sciences, and foundation with practice — exposing students to multiple perspectives and encouraging them to think deeply and live purposefully. With 92% of graduates entering their careers, service work or pursuing further education within a year of completion, Goshen students graduate prepared to thrive in their lives and careers; and to make meaningful and measurable impacts on their communities and their relationships with others.