One of the best ways to figure out if Montreat College is a good fit for you is to come for a visit. You’ll get familiar with the campus, meet your future professors, and learn more about the ins and outs of Montreat College.
During a Discovery Day visit, you’ll meet Montreat students — giving you an opportunity to get the real scoop on what it’s like here. You will learn about all of our academic programs and co-curricular opportunities, from intramural teams to service projects.
Additional reasons to attend Discovery Day:
- Learn more about our majors at our Academic and Student Life Fair
- Lunch with Montreat College faculty and staff
- Get financial aid information
Weekday Campus Visits
- Student-guided tours at 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 2:00 p.m. (Monday through Friday)
- Information session with an admissions counselor
- Optional activities (requires advanced notice):
- Sit in on a class
- Meet with a professor and/or coach
- Lunch in the cafeteria
- Observe a game or practice
- Saturday, 10:00 a.m. visits are available once a month on the following dates:
- Saturday, January 28
- Saturday, February 18
Montreat College invites our top academic students who have been accepted for fall 2017 (by January 15) to Scholars Day on February 4, 2017. Scholars Day will introduce students to our Honors Program, and also give students an opportunity to earn an additional $1500 Honors scholarship. Admission to and participation in the Honors Program is a condition of the scholarship.
This event is by invitation only. Registration information will be sent out to students invited to attend by email (before Christmas) and by postal mail (in January). For additional information, please contact your admissions counselor or Sadie Harris, event coordinator, at 828-669-8012 ext. 3782 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep in mind the college is closed from December 23 – January 2.
We love living here, and we hope you will, too. While visiting, we encourage you to go on a hike (there are several trails around campus), walk around the picturesque town of Black Mountain, or visit nearby Asheville, the exciting cultural hub of Western North Carolina.