Campus Visits

Visiting campus will be one of the most important and informative steps in your college search.

A typical visit includes a walking tour and an interview, but there are plenty of additional ways for you to customize your experience. Arrange to observe a class, speak with a certain professor or talk with one of our social club chairs. You can even spend the night.

Types of visits

Individual Visits

Hanover's Office of Admission and Financial Aid is open Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. during the academic year and 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. during the summer (June - August). All visits include a walking tour of campus and a meeting with an admission counselor. You may request to visit a class, meet with a professor in your area of academic interest, meet with a coach or talk to someone in our financial aid office. To ensure that your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least one week ahead of time.

Schedule your campus visit

Overnight Visits

An overnight visit is a great way to see both the academic and social sides of campus. Our student ambassadors host overnights Sunday - Thursday. Typical overnight visits start at 5 p.m. when you meet your host. You'll spend the night in the host's residence hall and attend classes the following morning. You can include a walking tour of campus and a meeting with an admission counselor either before or after the classes.

We recommend that you plan your overnight visit approximately two weeks prior to your arrival. This allows us to match you with a host who has interests similar to yours. Overnight visits are intended for high school students in the second semester of their junior year or high school seniors.

Schedule your overnight visit

School / Community Group Visits

Hanover welcomes schools and community-based organizations as a private group. Designed for groups of at least five prospective students, these visits are offered on weekdays throughout the year.

Schedule your group visit

Upcoming events

July 18-22, 2016Private College Week
There's no better way to find the best fit for college, career and life success than by visiting. Indiana's 31 private, non-profit colleges and universities are opening their doors all week long. Daily tours at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., no registration required.

Fall 2016
March 2017
May 2017

Hanover at a Glance
Hanover at a Glance is a campus visit program that provides prospective students and their families an opportunity to:
  • Take a walking tour of campus with a current Hanover student
  • Receive vital admission and financial assistance information
  • Meet members of our outstanding faculty

November 2016
March/April 2017

Admitted Student Overnight
This program is for students who have been admitted to Hanover College. Join other students who are considering Hanover, as well as current students, to find out what it is like to be a part of the Hanover community. This is an outstanding opportunity to learn about Hanover and to meet potential classmates. If you would like to arrive earlier in the day and sit in on classes, just let us know.
November 2016
March/April 2017
Panther for a Day (Seniors Only)
Really want to know what it's like at Hanover College? Sign up for Panther for a Day and while you are meeting future classmates you'll get to:
  • Participate in class
  • Check out dining options
  • Hangout in the dorms
  • Meet and talk to faculty
  • Check out the new Student Activities Center and Horner Fitness Center
November 2016Alma Gene Prince Multicultural Weekend
Take advantage of the opportunity to be a Hanover College student during our Alma Gene Prince Weekend. Along with other multicultural students, you will get a firsthand experience of life on campus first hand as well as valuable financial assistance information. If you're a senior, join us Friday night for an overnight stay with a current student. Sophomores through juniors arrive Saturday at 9 a.m.
January 2017Benjamin Templeton Scholars Program
The Benjamin Templeton Scholarship Program honors students with outstanding academic records who have worked to build strong high school communities by bridging gaps among economically, socially and racially diverse groups. Templeton Scholars will have demonstrated significant interest in issues of diversity education, tolerance and social justice.
To be considered for a Templeton Scholarship, students must apply for admission to Hanover College and complete the Benjamin Templeton Scholarship application by December 1.

January 2017

Crowe Scholars Program
The Crowe Scholars Program is designed to honor talented high school students who have demonstrated passionate, meaningful interest in one of the four academic divisions at Hanover: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts and Letters. Participation is by invitation only.