Students and parents are invited to visit the campus, attend classes, and speak with Christendom faculty and staff. Complimentary meals and lodging are provided for prospective students as guests of the College.
Overnight visitors will stay in one of the residence halls with a student ambassador. Campus visits normally last one night and two days. Students may make an overnight visit from Sunday evening through Thursday evening during the academic year. Students who are traveling to Christendom by car should bring sleeping bags or sheets and blankets, as well as towels and pillows, etc. For those who are traveling by plane, they may stay two nights and towels, sheets, blankets, and pillows will be provided.
Overnight visitors may be required to sleep on an air mattress on the floor of their host's bedroom, or sometimes, the host lets the visitor sleep in his/her bed. The student ambassadors may have obligations including classes, studying, meetings, sporting events, or even work-study obligations, and therefore, visiting students may need to spend some time on their own. Visitors are asked to have a flexible attitude!
Students wishing to visit must fill in the Visit Request Form prior to making travel arrangements! Black out dates are listed on the Visit Request Form for your convenience.
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All prospective students are limited to two (2) offical overnight Admissions-sponsored visits to campus. To be classified as an official Admissions-sponsored visit (which includes transportaton to/from airport, meal tickets, and bedding), students must sit in on classes and meet with the Admissions Director, among other things. Exceptions may be made on a case by case basis.
If someone has friends/relatives on campus and would like to visit them/stay with them, these types of visits are made through the current student, and not through the Admissions Office.
Prospective students may make overnight or day visits throughout the fall or spring semesters.
PLEASE NOTE: only High School Juniors, Seniors, and Transfers, 16 years or older, may make an overnight visit and stay in our residence halls. All others may make a day visit or stay in local hotels.
The College is not accepting any more weekend overnight visits for the rest of the spring 2013 semester. If you would like to schedule a day visit, please contact Liz Beller in the Admissions Office.
English Professor Dr. Patrick Keats explains Christendom's academic requirements to visitors.
PLEASE NOTE: The College requests a minimum of a two-week advance notice for any overnight visits. Further, the College requires that you read, complete, and sign its Overnight Visit Policy Form. You will not be allowed to stay overnight without this form.
To make a one-day visit, without overnight stay, please contact the College at least three days beforehand. Parents and family members are welcome to dine in the College cafeteria during their visit for a nominal fee. Lodging is available in Front Royal. Please fill in the Vsit Request Form or call Liz Beller in the Admissions Office at (800) 877-5456 ext. 1292, or email her at email@example.com to set up a visit. The Admissions Office is open on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except during from 11:30a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (for Mass and lunch).
Visitors listen to a student panel during
Family Visit Day.
Students who wish to be picked up at either Dulles Airport (IAD) or the Vienna Metro Station will be picked up between 12:00pm-9:00pm M-Th and 8:00am-9:00pm on Sunday and returned between 12:00pm and 9:00pm M-F. You must make travel arrangements that conform to this schedule or we cannot guarantee transportation for you.
Students who are younger than juniors in high school may only make day visits to campus. Nobody under the age of 16 may stay on campus in the residence halls.
To Make a Visit:
- Find a time that fits your schedule.
- Fill in the Visit Request Form, at least two weeks prior to your planned visit date (if staying overnight) or at least three days prior if making a day visit, making sure that you take note of the black out dates.
- Wait for Visit Coordinator Liz Beller to contact you to confirm your visit.
- Make travel arrangements that conform to our schedule (above).
- Sign and return the Overnight Visit Policy Form (if staying overnight).
- Count down the days until your arrival!