Join us for our Winter Visit Day!
During your visit, you will take a tour of our beautiful campus, talk with current students about campus life, and meet admissions representatives to learn more about the admissions process, scholarships, and the academic majors we offer.
Special guest Carlos Alemán will speak about his native Cuba and will sing three arias of Cuban opera. Advanced Spanish students will recite original poetry. Presentations will be in Spanish.
Free and open to the public.
Art for Change-Quilt for Warmth event held in conjunction with Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Join us for an afternoon of creating art, then submit pieces for a silent auction to benefit St. Joseph's Recovery and Miriam's House. Contact Edgar Wharton at firstname.lastname@example.org to donate art or quilting supplies, or for more information.
Guests David Pirtle and Eric Sheptock will speak about advocacy, public policy, and alternate views of homelessness. Event held in conjunction with Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. For more information, please contact Edgar Wharton at email@example.com.
Our popular Claytor Nature Study Center One-Day Camps are for children in grades 1-6.
Join the Claytor Camp staff for a special pre-Thanksgiving nature celebration including strolls through the woods, pioneer and nature-themed games and environmentally friendly crafts.
Our popular One-Day Camps are for children in grades 1-6.
The air is growing cooler, the days are becoming shorter, and the leaves are changing. Fall is a fantastic time to hike through the forests at Claytor and investigate what is happening.
Theoria (The Philosophy Club) will sponsor a film screening and open discussion: Symbol: Should We Still Fear the Swastika? Contains mature content.