Admissions Appointments: Meet with an Admissions Specialist to discuss program details and the admissions process. Please choose this option only if you are not interested in a campus tour. In your email please include your name, whether you are an incoming freshman or a transfer student, and the major you are interested in pursuing.
Campus Tours: Take a walking tour of our historic, Gainesville campus during the week! Tours for all types of prospective students – true freshmen, transfer, or graduate – will be offered Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10-11 a.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2 p.m. at our main campus in Gainesville, GA. Click here to schedule a tour.
We are now offering a weekend tour time slot. You can sign up for a tour of the Gainesville campus the last Saturday of each month from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Click here to schedule a Saturday tour.
If you are a non-traditional, graduate, or transfer student, we also offer a monthly Go Gold tour where we will cover pertinent topics such as the transferability of previous college coursework, the transfer/graduate application process, and our Phi Theta Kappa scholarship program. Click here to schedule your in-depth Go Gold session and customized tour.
Note: Tours will not be offered on dates the university is closed.
Summer Campus Tours: Need to schedule a visit during the summer? Good news! We still offer our walking campus tours during the summer months from May 4, 2015-August 13, 2015 with just a few changes: To give our student tour guides a break, Admissions Staff will administer the tours, and in order to beat the Georgia heat, all tours will be offered at 10:00 a.m. Monday-Friday. Tours will not be offered on dates when the university is closed.
Nursing Campus Tours: Tours of our nursing facilities will be given year-round on Monday at 12 p.m. at the East Campus location. Tours will not be offered on dates when the university is closed. Click here to schedule a tour of our School of Nursing.
Department of Physical Therapy Tours: Tours of our physical therapy department will be given year-round on Monday at 12 p.m. at the Brenau Downtown Center. Tours will not be offered on dates when the university is closed. Click here to schedule a tour of the Department of Physical Therapy.
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Financial Aid Sessions and Workshops: This informal workshop is geared toward parents of prospective freshmen and will be conducted by Brenau’s Enrollment Management and Financial Aid professionals with over thirty years of experience. There will be plenty of time allowed for questions and answers. Let us know you how affordable a Brenau University degree can be. To RSVP for a session, click below:
South Atlanta-Fairburn Financial Aid Session: Located at 314 West Broad Street, Fairburn, GA 30213
North Atlanta-Norcross Financial Aid Session: Located at 3139 Campus Drive, Suite 300, Norcross, GA 30071
Occupational Therapy Info Sessions: There has never been a better time to consider occupational therapy as a career! Come find out more about how Brenau University’s M.S.O.T. program can prepare you for an extraordinary career as an occupational therapist. Learn about our program, the admissions criteria, and application procedures. We offer this info session once each month year-round at both the Gainesville and the North Atlanta campuses. Click here to RSVP for the next information session.
Physical Therapy Open House: We invite you to learn more about Brenau University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program! At this Open House event, prospective students will learn about the program, meet the faculty, tour our brand new facility, and review admissions criteria. We will offer two Open House events this fall. Check back later for available dates.
Freshman Visitation Events:
Freshman Visitation Events: Four weekend visitation events are held throughout the year for Women’s College prospective students:
Fall Overnight Visit: October 11-12, 2015: This visitation is filled with campus-wide events, classroom showcases, and lots of fun! Students and faculty will introduce you to Brenau and give you a taste of what it means to be a Brenau Woman. So come on in, get comfy in your host home, and experience real college life at Brenau. **Space is limited**
Fall Open House: November 14, 2015: At this year’s Fall Open House, you’ll have the opportunity to take a tour, meet current students and ask them questions, speak with professors about their departments, and get to know Brenau University!
UPDATE! Winter Weekend Overnight Visit: February 20-21, 2016: It’s so much more than a regular open house. Winter Weekend is an opportunity to stay overnight in a dorm or sorority house, attend a reception hosted by the Office of the President, watch the Brenau’s Got Talent Competition, learn about Greek Life, attend Academic Showcases, gain information on financial aid and scholarships, and hang out with current Brenau students. Come and find out if Brenau’s campus life is just what you’ve been looking for in your college search! **Space is limited**
Spring Open House: April 2, 2016: We do mean “open.” You have full access to all areas of campus and are encouraged to ask the questions you need answered to make an informed decision regarding your choice of college. Come enjoy a tour of campus, a look at different campus organizations, and an academic fair!
Orientation and Registration Events:
Freshman Registration 2016: June 13, 2016 or July 11, 2016 (Early Registration) and August 25, 2015 (General Registration): There are two options for Early Registration – Monday, June 13th and Monday, July 11th. Early Registration is the first time that new, freshmen students in the Women’s College and the coeducational Undergraduate School can register for fall semester classes. If you cannot attend one of these dates, you must meet with your advisor and register in August during R.O.A.R.
Spring Orientation and Registration 2016: January 7, 2016: Join us for Spring 2016 Orientation and Registration! We look forward to having you on campus and welcoming you to Brenau. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about the student services offered to you on campus and for you to meet with your academic adviser for spring class registration. Check-in will start at 8:30 a.m. in the Sellars Gallery located in the Simmons Visual Arts Center.