Christendom College announced today that its annual Fall Open House and Family Visit Day for prospective students and their families on Monday, October 14 – Columbus Day – from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., on its Front Royal, Va., campus, will be its largest one ever.
According to Associate Director of Admissions Zac Inman, there are currently over 125 people registered to attend this year’s Open House, which is over 40% larger than any previously held Open House events.
“This year has been marked by many records,” says Inman, who is coordinating this year’s Open House. “We had a record fundraising year, we had a record number of participants for our summer programs, we brought in the largest freshman class in our history, and now, we are going to have our biggest Open House ever. I believe that our commitment to offering a rigorous Catholic liberal arts education and aiding our alumni to become leaders in society has been sparking a lot of interest amongst prospective students and their families.”
After a welcome by College President Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, students will have the opportunity to tour the campus, and then attend classes. Following classes, visitors will attend Mass, which will be followed by a lunch with faculty members. After lunch, visitors will learn more about the College’s rigorous liberal arts curriculum and what sets Christendom apart from other Catholic colleges.
Interested students and their families may still register to attend, although the last day to pre-register will be Monday, October 7. For more information, go to christendom.edu/openhouse.