Fall in Alabama is settling in and so is the outdoor scenery on Birmingham-Southern College’s campus. As the beautiful leaves change to reflect the University’s bright and proud yellow, there’s never been a more perfect time to visit the grounds and meet the award-winning staff. Whether a prospective student, parent, or proud alum hoping to leave a legacy, there are a couple different ways you can learn more about “the Hilltop” in-person this November.
Preview Day – November 5, 2022
Registration for a fun, informative and football-filled day on campus is now open! Prospective students and their guests will be able to tour the campus, talk with professors and current students, and experience life as a BSC students by way of a BBQ tailgate and home football game!
Fall Visit Day – November 11, 2022
For Fall Visit Day there are two different opportunities to visit BSC’s campus. This is your chance to talk with the admissions team during an informational session, take a student-led tour, meet staff members, and enjoy lunch like a student in “the Caf” (on BSC)!
While there’s nothing like physically stepping foot on campus and catching the Southern-classic vibes of the BSC Panthers, there are additional ways Birmingham-Southern College is prepared to host you and your family!
Campus Visits are offered Monday through Friday and provide a snapshot of the on-campus community with a 20-minute informational session and student-led tour.
Group Tours are available for high-school counselors or who are considering bringing multiple students to campus. This is a great way to introduce young high-school students to Birmingham-Southern and help them to start thinking about their desired college experience.
Virtual Tours are a great way to “Ask Admissions Anything!” These video chats cover topics about the admissions process, various areas of study, cost and aid, internships, off-campus learning opportunities and more. This fall, video chat registration is open for an Ask Admissions Anything session on October 19, Scholarships and Affordability on November 29, and an Ask a Panther Student on January 31.