See the campus and stay in the residence halls. Experience NGU from the student perspective. Here's how it works: You'll arrive at 4 pm on Thursday; Then, you'll engage with NGU students at BSU, attend our Coffee House, stay overnight with an Ambassador host, and attend classes on Friday. This unique event, made available exclusively for high school juniors and seniors, gives you a Sneak Preview of life as a Crusader.
Dates for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Sneak Previews:
January 22nd Register Now!
February 19th Register Now!
March 26th Register Now!
April 23rd Register Now!
Call our Campus Visit Coordinator, Marnie Daniel in the Office of Admissions at 864.977.7052 or 1.800.468.6642 to learn more or to make your reservation. Reservations must be made by 10:00 am the Tuesday before the event. You can also email Marnie at email@example.com. A $25 reservation fee is required. This must be paid online during registration.
A typical Sneak Preview goes something like this:
At 4:00pm, the students all arrive and are welcomed at Hayes Ministry Center (which is the first building on the right whenever you pull onto campus). We have a short time of introductions and explanations about Sneak Preview to answer any questions. After that, the students are introduced to their "temporary" roommate for the evening. Once they’ve made their introductions, typically the student host will introduce the guest student to some more friends and get them settled in the dorm room. After that, they typically go to dinner and then BSU which is our student led worship service. Coffee Houses are after BSU and full of student talent and entertainment. If there's an intramural game on campus or some other sporting event, students may go to that.
The campus visit coordinator will arrange for the guest students to go to a class or two on Friday morning. We also have a time for them to meet with an admissions counselor at 10:00am to discuss any further questions.Parents are more than welcome to attend this meeting.
After the students have finished with their classes, the students are welcome to leave and head home. Everything normally wraps up around lunch time.
The NGU Admissions staff provides meal tickets for dinner, breakfast and lunch. We also provide guest students with an excused absence form to give to their guidance counselor for missing classes on Friday.
Can't make it to a Sneak Preview but still want to experience NGU? Attend our next Encounter Day.
Still not finding a date that works? Schedule a private visit with an admissions counselor. Contact Marnie in the Office of Admissions by calling 864.977.7052 or click here to request a private visit.