Winter preview days are for high school juniors and seniors to tour campus, visit a classroom, and meet with current students and faculty.
Earlham College offers five visit-day experiences for high school students to learn more about Earlham’s distinctive approach to the liberal arts. Many of these opportunities include overnight stays for applicants or admitted high school and transfer students to explore life as an Earlhamite.
Introductory interviews and tours for high school and transfer students Monday to Friday year-round, excluding certain holidays.
Overnight visits for high school seniors Sunday through Thursday nights during the academic year. Please note: After March 20, overnights are only available to admitted students during our Admitted Student Events.
Fall and winter preview days are for high school juniors and seniors to tour campus, visit a classroom, and meet with current students and faculty. See our calendar for specific dates.
Sunday-Monday, January 20-21 — Register
Monday, March 4
Sunday-Monday, March 3-4Sunday-Monday, April 7-8Sunday-Monday, April 14-15
We’re glad that you are coming to see campus and want to personalize the time to fit your interests. Please use the different options on the Visit Request Page to help us make the most meaningful visit for you.
This is a great time to get more personalized information about the Earlham experience! Focus on framing your questions in order to get the best answers. Example: “What makes your math department unique?” vs. “How is your math department?” Feel free to use these suggestions to start some great conversations:
If you arrive early or want to stay longer on campus, there are some great things to check out on campus.
We’re happy that you came to see Earlham! Now that you’ve got a good feel for the campus, there are some easy steps that you can take to continue building a strong relationship and demonstrate your interest.
Please schedule your visit at least two weeks in advance:
During Academic Year 2018-19 (August 22 - May 10)
Parents: We are unable to host parents in the residence halls. Please view visitrichmond.org for a listing of local accommodations.
A shuttle service is available for students traveling alone from Dayton International Airport. Please request this service when you schedule your visit.