Trying to choose a college can be difficult, but Bellarmine makes it easy.
Bellarmine University invites high school sophomores and juniors to visit Bellarmine on Sunday, March 18, from 1 to 3 p.m. Preview Day gives students and their families an opportunity to meet faculty members, tour Bellarmine's campus and make new friends.
Lunch is included in this free event. To register, call 502/272-7100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will learn how Bellarmine's small class sizes offer a chance to work with professors one on one, while an Academic Resource Center
and a Career Development
center offer support outside the classroom in everything from writing papers to finding internships.
“We’re inviting both students and parents to come see the university, and learn how through hard work, financial support, the small school atmosphere in the heart of a big city and accessible professors, Bellarmine provides an education that’s both affordable and practical,” says Tim Sturgeon, Bellarmine's dean of admission.
Bellarmine offers more than 50 undergraduate majors in the arts and sciences
, continuing and professional studies
, nursing and health sciences
and environmental studies
. The university also offers graduate and doctoral degrees.