The Christendom College admissions office will host a special Family Visit Day for prospective students and their families on Monday, October 10–Columbus Day–from 9am-2pm, on its Front Royal, Va., campus.
After a welcome by the admissions office staff, students will be given the opportunity to take a tour of campus, and then attend classes, taught by Christendom’s own faculty. Following classes, visitors will join the rest of the College community at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Chapel of Christ the King at 11:30 a.m.
After a complimentary lunch in the Chapel Crypt with select faculty members, families will have the opportunity to listen to a student-panel and then learn more about the College’s exciting Semester in Rome Program. The day will end with a Q&A period and closing remarks by Director of Admissions Tom McFadden who will give some insights into the unique nature of a Christendom College education.
“We selected October 10 because it is Columbus Day and many local high schools cancel classes that day. Christendom students have classes that day and so students will be able to see college life ‘in action,’ so to speak,” says McFadden. “Many people from the Northern Virginia area have heard about our college for years, but have never been out to see us. This might be the perfect time for families, no matter what age their children are, to see if Christendom might be the place for them.”
Students interested in attending the visit day must pre-register by contacting Christendom’s Associate Director of Admissions Eve Owen (firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.877.5456 ext. 1293).