School Year Visits (August 26–April 26)

During the school year, we welcome day visits Monday–Saturday. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday we offer more class visit options and chapel services. Information regarding available weekday visit experiences is available below. After seeing what we have to offer, please fill out our visit request form. We look forward to meeting you!

 

You will receive all communication regarding your visit at the email address you provide on the visit request form. If you haven’t received your confirmation email within three business days of your request, please contact the campus visit coordinator to verify that we have received your request and have all of the correct contact information for you.

 

On any weekday, you may meet with an admissions counselor, take a tour of campus with a student tour guide, meet with the financial aid and records offices, go to classes and meet with professors and coaches. When you submit your visit form or call to schedule a visit, you will receive a confirmation email with directions and a brief summary of your visit. When you arrive for your visit you will receive a detailed itinerary. The shortest available visit is 90 minutes and includes a tour of campus and a meeting with an Admissions officer. We encourage students to take advantage of as many of the following visit experiences as their schedule allows.

 

Meet with An Admissions Counselor (30 minutes)

During this meeting, your admissions counselor will get to know you, answer questions and give a brief introduction to Covenant College by explaining Covenant's motto and mission as a Christ-centered, liberal-arts college.

 

Take a Campus Tour (60 minutes)

We allow an hour for this walking tour of campus, given by a current student. The tour will highlight the major buildings on campus and explain some of the College’s history. Your guide will also share more about life at Covenant and discuss the application process, academics, and campus community.

 

Eat in the Great Hall (60 minutes)

If you are here between 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. you have the opportunity to eat lunch in our Great Hall with a current student or admissions counselor as part of your visit. Complimentary meal tickets will be provided upon your arrival.

 

Attend a Class (50–75 minutes per class)

Experiencing classes at Covenant College is a crucial part of the college search process. We offer all students the opportunity to sit in on classes. Please notify the campus visit coordinator if you would like to visit a class in a specific subject. Classes are available on all weekdays, although significantly more classes are available for observation on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Classes generally last 50 minutes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and last 1 hour and 15 minutes on Tuesday and Thursday.

 

Attend Chapel (35 minutes)

Chapel services take place on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:35 a.m. Chapel services vary throughout the semester and may be led by students, faculty, staff, guest speakers, or our campus chaplain. The chapel schedule for this academic year is available on our online calendar.

 

Meet with a Financial-Aid Advisor (20 minutes)

A meeting with one of our financial-aid advisors is scheduled for seniors and second-semester juniors, or by request. This meeting will give you more detailed information about applying for FAFSA, loans and scholarships, and the basic information about tuition and fees for the next academic year.

 

Meet with the Records Office (30+ minutes)

If you are a transfer student or have dual-enrollment credit, we encourage you to meet with our dean of records to discuss transfer credits. Please fax or email your transcript ahead of time to 706.419.1179 or recordsoffice@covenant.edu.

 

Meet with a Professor (20 minutes)

If you know your area of academic interest, we encourage you to request a meeting with a faculty member from that department. We will arrange these meetings as schedules permit. Meetings with faculty members offer an in-depth look at particular departments.

 

To find exact degree requirements and course descriptions, please see our online catalog.

 

Meet with a Coach (30+ minutes)

If you are interested in continuing a certain sport in college, please request a meeting with an athletic coach while you are here. Covenant athletics include women's basketball, soccer, softball, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country, and track and field along with men's basketball, soccer, baseball, tennis, golf, cross country, and track and field.

 

Music Audition (Fridays)

If you are a senior and interested in declaring Music as a major or minor, please download the audition packet, fill it out, and send it in to Sarah DeWaters, music department secretary, preferably two weeks before your audition.

 

Overnight Visits (Monday–Thursday, when classes are in session)

Plan to be on campus the day of or the day after your overnight stay to get the most out of your visit. Overnight visits are available Monday–Thursday when classes are in session. Overnight stays are not available on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday nights. Please give at least one week notice for overnight stays, which are available to sophomore, junior, and senior prospective students. You will be hosted by one of our admissions ambassadors, who are current students living on-campus in one of our residence halls. Some of our Ambassadors have an extra bed, futon, or couch available, but some only have floor space. Please be sure to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, towel, any homework you you need to complete, and overnight toiletries for your stay.

 

Saturday Visits (120 minutes)

Saturday visits include a campus tour and the option of lunch in the Great Hall with an admissions counselor or a current student. The admissions office is open from 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Saturday visits usually last approximately two hours. Unfortunately, meetings with the financial aid and records office, chapel services, class observation, overnight stays, professor and coach meetings, and music auditions are not available on Saturdays.

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Sarah explains why it's important for students to visit the colleges they're interested in, and why CPW is a great time to visit Covenant.