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Christendom College will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for the final Open House event of the spring semester on Saturday, April 30.

Christendom College will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for the final Open House event of the spring semester on Saturday, April 30, giving visitors the opportunity to discover how the college assists students with learning the Truth, living the Faith, and thriving as Catholics.

“This event is a great introduction to our school and its mission,” says Director of Admissions Sam Phillips. “We encourage all high school-age students to attend. With waiting lists for the fall and our Best Week Ever high school summer program already in place, this is the perfect opportunity to find out why students want to come here and thrive.”

Christendom’s educational offerings are in higher demand than ever, with a waiting list for the fall of 2022 implemented in January. For students interested in Christendom, an Open House event provides the opportunity to learn the unique character of the college and gives them opportunities to hear formal presentations from College President Dr. Timothy O’Donnell and other members of the staff, attend classroom experiences, get a tour of campus, and more.

In addition to the Open House event, the college offers day and overnight visits every week until the end of the semester. For these visits, prospective students are paired with a current student who serves as a host during the stay. Prospective students experience life as a current student, observing classes, going to Mass, enjoying meals with the school community, and attending any extracurricular events offered at that time, as well as staying in the residence halls.

To review the schedule and to register for the April 30 Open house, please visit here.

For more information and to schedule a day or overnight campus visit, please visit here.

Christendom College will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for the final Open House event of the spring semester on Saturday, April 30.
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