Try out Northwestern for yourself. Meet students, professors and coaches and experience Northwestern’s academics, student life and vibrant Christian community. You’ll also get to tour campus, attend chapel, eat in the cafeteria, and learn more about financial aid. Preview Days begin with registration at 8 a.m. and conclude by 3 p.m.
Visit Friday, Oct. 31, when our Academic Department Showcase offers you an in-depth look at an academic area that most interests you. You’ll meet professors and current students to find out what they love about their department.
(Registration for the Academic Department Showcase will open in September.)
2014–15 Preview Days
Friday, Oct. 3
Friday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 17
Friday, Oct. 31*
Monday, Nov. 10**
Friday, Nov. 21
Friday, Dec. 5
Friday, March 13
Friday, April 24
**This date allows you the option of coming on Sunday evening, attending Praise & Worship at 9 p.m., and staying overnight in the residence halls. (Don’t forget to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, towel and toiletries.)
There’s no fee for Preview Days. Lunch in the cafeteria for you and your parents is on us. If you arrive on campus the night before your Preview Day, we’ll house you in one of our residence halls. Since campus housing is limited to students, your parents will need to make their own accommodations in a local hotel.
Bring your parents
Your parents are invited to join you for a Northwestern Preview Day. They may especially be interested in hearing from our financial aid director, professors and students. If you’re staying in one of our dorms overnight, your parents can check out our suggestions for nearby lodging.
For more information
If you have a question about Preview Days that we haven’t answered, please contact Laura De Boer, Northwestern’s campus visit coordinator, by calling the admissions office at 800-747-4757 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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