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Range of campus visit events set to kick off in fall

Range of campus visit events set to kick off in fall

Several multi-day and weekend campus visit events are set for the upcoming fall and spring semesters at BBC, giving prospective students unique and fun ways to connect with faculty, enjoy campus, and see future career opportunities.

Campus visits are the best way for future students and their families to gain a full view of possibilities at BBC. They also provide easy ways to be a part of the campus community and meet faculty, staff, and other students.

Learn more about special campus visit events at www.bbc.edu/visit

BBC&SFun, Valuable Experiences
Events include a mixture of activities and experiences. While on campus, visitors are able to mingle with college students and talk with professors in their chosen area of study. Additionally, visitors can meet with athletic coaches, admissions representatives, and financial aid staff.

"Everyone was helpful and friendly," said Annette Brush, a recent visitor from New Milford, PA. "The family atmosphere here is the best I have ever seen on a college campus."

Personalized individual and group visits can be easily arranged, too. Get details from Admissions at 800.451.7664 or admissions@bbc.edu.

Upcoming Special Events
The calendar for 2014-2015 includes:

Red Eye All-Nighter, September 26-27 - An up-all-night stay on campus that is full of fun activities and opportunities to learn more about BBC.

iView, October 23-25 - A fall weekend event that includes classroom visits, fun activities, dinner with the deans, and more.

Feed the Fire Youth Conference, November 15-16 - A youth conference focused on spiritual renewal and revival that offers great speakers, fun, and ways to get to know the BBC campus community.

Spring College Days, February 26-28, 2015 - A weekend to enjoy activities, see a play, and take part in life on campus.

Radiate, April 8-11, 2015 - A four-day event mixing classroom instruction with hands-on opportunities to reach others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


New Help for Students
A new loan repayment assistance plan can help ease financial burdens for incoming students and their families.

The Loan Repayment and Assistance Plan will be provided to all incoming on-campus freshmen beginning in this fall. It provides a safety net to help with the financial burden of loans after graduation guaranteeing payback assistance should graduates earn below a certain income.

Details are available online at www.bbc.edu/LRAP. To learn more, contact Admissions at 800.451.7664 or admissions@bbc.edu


Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers outstanding Christian higher education through on-campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students go beyond the ordinary, learning to think biblically, grow spiritually, and serve faithfully as they gain critical leadership and life skills.

To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.


Posted on: 7/29/2014 10:14:53 AM

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