BETHANY, W.Va. – A Green and White Visitation Day has been set by the Office of Admission at Bethany College. High school seniors and their parents are invited to attend programs planned for Saturday, Nov. 12.
While on campus, guests will have opportunities to experience the Bethany campus by meeting with faculty, coaches and student services staff, as well as taking a close look at the College's programs and facilities.
Financial aid sessions, admission presentations and special topic discussions also are part of the program, as are guided tours of the 165-year old campus that includes stops at Bethany's two National Historic landmarks, Old Main, the centerpiece of the campus, and Campbell Mansion, home of the College's founder and first president, Alexander Campbell. Van tours of the Johnson Recreational Center and Peace Point Equestrian Center will be given. A self-guided tour of the Outdoor Classroom on the newly restored Bethany Trails will also be made available.
Those wishing to attend the Green and White Visitation Day can obtain additional information by calling Bethany's Office of Admission at 800-922-7611 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.