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What should I expect from my visit?
You’ll experience many aspects of college life. We invite you to join us in the Phelps Student Center at 10 a.m. for our daily chapel service. This is a special time where faculty and guest speakers from around the world challenge and encourage students with teaching from God’s Word.
We’ll take you inside the classroom, so you can meet professors and find out what it’s like to be a BBC student.
We’ll also provide opportunities to meet with coaches, Admissions counselors, and Financial Aid representatives. Make sure to ask for a campus tour as well.
Can I stay on campus overnight?
Yes. There’s nothing like spending the night in one of our residence halls to give you a feel for what it’s like to be a part of the BBC community. Potential students are welcome to spend a night in one of our dorm rooms.
We’ll connect you with a host who will be more than happy to show you around, answer your questions, and introduce you to other students. Let us know if you have friends currently living in the residence halls. We will arrange for you to stay with them.
We are not able to offer sponsor housing, so parents or adult sponsors will need to make overnight arrangements in one of the area’s many hotels. Be sure to mention that you are visiting BBC. They may be able to offer you a discount.
What will my visit cost?
The Phelps Student Center is a great place to interact with current students. They can offer helpful advice and information and would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Each prospective student visitor will receive complimentary meal passes for themselves and up to two additional guests for the duration of your scheduled stay. If you’d like to purchase extra meal passes for your guests, you are welcome to buy them through Admissions at a discounted price: breakfast - $2.75, lunch - $3.50, dinner $3.75.
There is no cost for your stay at BBC. We will be glad to provide hotel choices for your parent(s) or adult guardian(s).
What should I bring?
Day visitors will want to bring a Bible and spending money. Overnight visitors should come prepared with a Bible, pillow, sleeping bag, toiletries, towels, and spending money.
For more information please contact Admissions at 800.451.7664 or email@example.com.
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