Whether it’s attending one of our special events or just stopping by, visiting our campus is the best way to decide if HBU is right for you. As a prospective student, you can attend information sessions, spend the night on campus, sit in on classes, meet other prospective students and explore the campus.
Check out the options below to determine which opportunity works best for you.
Arrange a personal campus tour
In addition to a variety of admissions events, HBU offers scheduled visits every weekday at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. with a few exceptions
. You can schedule a visit online
or contact the Campus Visit Coordinator
Fall of 2013
For high school juniors, seniors and transfers.
Come and experience life as an HBU student. You’ll have the chance to hear from faculty and staff, attend Convocation, sit in on a class, hang out with current HBU students and eat in the Baugh Cafeteria. Breakfast and lunch are provided. This is an ideal way to experience life at HBU!
Transfer Open House
April of 2014
For transfer students and their parents.
All transfer students are invited to this Open House at HBU. Come meet faculty in your major and learn more about financial aid, scholarships and the application process. Our transfer specialist will be available to review your transcript(s) and help you determine which credits will transfer to HBU.
HBU Preview Saturday
Fall of 2013
For high school juniors, seniors and transfer students.
Become a star at HBU's Preview Saturday. We'll roll out the red carpet for you so you can meet HBU students and faculty. You'll learn about classes, areas of study, financial aid, campus life and so much more.
HBU Preview Weekend
Coming in February of 2014!
For high school juniors, seniors and transfers (under 21 years of age).
At HBU's Preview Weekend, we’re rolling out the "blue and orange" carpet for you! Prospective students will have the opportunity to experience residencial life by staying overnight in the residence halls. On the second day, we’ll hold information sessions for prospective students and their families. You’ll learn more about financial aid, scholarships, academic programs, student life and campus living.
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