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Even in the best of circumstances, researching and deciding upon the right college can be a tough process for students and their families. But with many college campuses closed or simply not accepting visitors this fall, the college discernment process is additionally stressful. This is why Christendom’s admissions team has planned several in-person and virtual Open House events for this fall, allowing students and parents to personally connect with Christendom and learn more about the college in whichever way is most convenient for them.

“We know that Christendom’s offerings are unique, and that people often need to see our campus to truly understand what makes Christendom so special, both in regard to our educational offerings and our cultural offerings as well,” shared director of admission Sam Phillips. “To that end, we’re offering a variety of options to make it as convenient as possible for families to experience Christendom this fall, whether in-person or from the comfort of home.”

The opportunity to tour campus, meet admissions counselors, or sit in on classes all play a key role in helping students to determine which college best suits their needs and desires. Recognizing the variety of circumstances families are facing this fall, Christendom’s admissions team decided to offer more ways to experience Christendom than ever before, whether in-person or virtually.

To that end, the admissions team is first offering a Homeschool Visit Day on Saturday, September 26, in order to give homeschool students and their families the exclusive opportunity to learn why their education is perfectly suited for success at Christendom.

The college’s regular Open House events will follow on October 10, October 24, and November 21. Each of these events will be held on Saturday afternoons, making them more convenient for visitors to attend around their busy schedules. During the in-person Open Houses, visitors will tour campus, take a sample class, be addressed by college president Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, and learn more about Christendom’s unique offerings from the admissions team.

On October 21 and December 10, the admissions team will host virtual Open House events. These events, which were successfully launched last spring, allow students and parents to learn about Christendom and connect with the admissions team even when travelling to campus is not possible. Through virtual meetings with admissions counselors, a virtual tour of campus, and talks about Christendom’s unique offerings, students and parents will be able to encounter Christendom, even at a distance. 

Registration for the in-person and Open House events is now open, and registration for the virtual events is coming soon. Learn more and register here.

For more information on what to expect when arriving on campus this fall, please contact admissions counselor Clare Tapsak at clare.tapsak@christendom.edu.

Christendom College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.