Mary Baldwin University

Description Mary Baldwin University has always challenged the status quo to expand access and opportunity for everyone. Standing on that foundation, we’re rebuilding what a college education can be—one where liberal arts combined with professional programs inspire personal, social, and intellectual growth for a diverse population. Today, we’re recognized as the top college in Virginia for delivering social mobility for low-income students. MBU offers programs of study supported by traditional classroom teaching, online, and work experience. We emphasize the development of critical, creative, reflective reasoning and experiential learning as the bedrock for fulfilling and meaningful lives in the fast-changing new economy.
Address 101 E Frederick Street, Staunton, VA 24401
Website Mary Baldwin University
Contact Kayla Papotnik 540-887-7049
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Date(s) Tuesday, Sep 24, 2024
Name Time Ages Cost Enrolled
University Information Session and Tour
As some teens at CHEC begin thinking about college possibilities, we are planning to offer several tours of campuses in the area in the next year. This information session and tour is for high school students and their parent/adult chaperone to learn more about Mary Baldwin University. The information session will cover the admissions process, university programs and questions related to attending the university. Attendees will also be given a tour of the campus. Lunch will be provided. The University MBU is a small, private university enrolling nearly 2,000 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels on campuses in Staunton and Fishersville, Virginia, and online. Since 1842, this intimate learning environment has allowed students to cultivate strong connections with faculty and peers. Our Mission Mary Baldwin University empowers inclusive leaders to create lives of purpose and professional success in our changing world. Three Colleges The university is organized into three academic colleges: the Gold College of Arts and Sciences, the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences, and the Palmer College of Professional Studies.
Notes: Exact meeting location and parking will be sent to attendees in the week prior to the visit.

11:00AM - 01:00AM Ages: 13-18 Participant participating high school student $2.00
Chaperone participating adult $2.00
Sibling participating sibling not currently in high school $0.00
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