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Admissions & Aid

Homeschool Visit Day

Saturday, October 9, 2021

Did you know 60% of Christendom’s student body comes from a homeschool background? Homeschool Visit Day is a perfect opportunity to learn why Christendom, with its challenging liberal arts curriculum and vibrant Christocentric culture, is such a popular college choice and natural fit for homeschooled students.
At this year’s Homeschool Visit Day, you will be able to:

 

  • Hear from our College President Dr. O’Donnell about Christendom’s unique mission as a Catholic educational apostolate
  • Featuring guest speaker, Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society
  • Tour our beautiful 200-acre campus
  • Learn about alumni success and what our graduates do
  • Attend a sample class with a Christendom professor
  • Find out why homeschool students thrive academically, personally, and spiritually at Christendom
  • And more! 
Registration is now closed.
Patrick Reilly, President of the Cardinal Newman Society

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to this year’s Homeschool Visit Day! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

 

Basia Syski
Admissions Visit Coordinator
540-551-9187
basia.syski@christendom.edu

Tentative Schedule

Time 
Event
12:30 pmDoors Open and Coffee Available
1:00 pmWelcome Address from College President, Dr. Timothy O’Donnell
1:30-2:00 pmThe State of Higher Education with Patrick Reilly, President of the Cardinal Newman Society
2:00-2:30 pmAlumni Outcomes with VP for Enrollment Tom McFadden
2:30-2:40 pmBreak
2:40-3:20 pm

For Parents:

› Financial Aid & Scholarship Opportunities with Admissions Director Sam Phillips

› Why parents choose Christendom; differences between Newman Colleges with Tom McFadden

For Students:

› Literature Class with Dr. Ben Reinhard

3:30-3:50 pmWhy Homeschool Students Thrive at Christendom with Admissions Director Sam Phillips
3:50-5:30 pmCampus Tour

 

This concludes the formal presentations for the Homeschool Visit Day. Please feel free to remain longer to speak with current students and admissions staff.

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