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Visit Taylor

Want to find out if Taylor is the right fit for you? You’re in the right place! When you step out on campus, meet our students, get a sense for the joy-filled way we do life, and explore our academic spaces, you’ll see for yourself how just four years here will equip you for life.

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Personal Visit

For a more individualized visit experience, come for a personal visit on a weekday that fits your schedule.

In planning your day here, we strongly recommend being on campus from 8:30 am–3 pm to experience the fullest Taylor experience. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays are a plus because that’s when you’ll get to attend chapel at 10 am! Only have a morning or afternoon? We’ll create an abbreviated schedule for you.

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Personal Visit Sample Schedule

  • 9–10 am Campus Tour
  • 10–11 am Chapel (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
  • 11 am–12 pm Admissions Counselor Meeting
  • 12–1 pm Lunch
  • 1–2 pm Attend a Class
  • 2–3 pm Meet with a Professor
  • 9–10 am Campus Tour
  • 10–11 am Chapel (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
  • 11 am–12 pm Admissions Counselor Meeting
  • 12–1 pm Lunch
  • 11 am–12 pm Admissions Counselor Meeting
  • 12–1 pm Lunch
  • 1–2 pm Campus Tour
  • 2–3 pm Attend a Class

24@Taylor

Apr. 11–12, Apr. 28–29

Spend an unforgettable 24 hours on Taylor’s campus! This is the best way to start exploring Taylor. As part of this high-energy, immersive event, you’ll stay overnight in a residence hall, pick your own class/event schedule, attend chapel, and connect with faculty and Admissions staff. Parents are welcome to attend along with their students.

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  • Check-in is at 5 pm on Day 1, and the event wraps up at 4 pm on Day 2.
  • Join us for chapel at 10 am (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
  • Explore campus on a student-led walking tour
  • Stay overnight in a residence hall room (students only)
  • Eat in the Dining Commons
  • Attend an in-person class
  • Meet with an Admissions Counselor
  • Choose additional meetings (professor, coach, or music department)
  • Meet other students searching for their college choice

Homeschool students: come to a special meeting just for you at the April 11–12 24@Taylor!

What Questions Should I Ask on a Campus Visit?

When you sit down with a professor or an Admissions Counselor, come prepared with the right kinds of questions—the kind that help you decide if Taylor is the right fit for you. We created a list of questions for you to ask that will help you craft your conversations.

Download Visit Questions

Admissions Location & Contact Information

The Admissions Office is located in the Visitors Center in Ayres Hall. View Maps and Directions.

For questions or changes regarding an already scheduled visit, contact the Visit Program staff at visit@taylor.edu or by calling 765-998-5134.

Want to bring a group to visit Taylor University?

Group visits include an admissions presentation, campus tour, lunch, and chapel (Monday, Wednesday, Friday).

Request a Group Visit