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

A typical visit includes a walking tour and meeting with a member of our admission staff, but there are plenty of additional ways for you to customize your experience! Please note: a tour and admission meeting should last two hours. You should allot for one hour per each additional activity on your itinerary.

Hanover's Office of Admission and Financial Aid is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. during the academic year and 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. during the summer (June - August).

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Types of visits

upperclassmen Day visit opportunities

Are you a current junior or senior? Then let's personalize your campus visit!

Upperclassmen visits are for current juniors or seniors only and include a tour of campus and a meeting with an admission counselor. You may also request to sit in on a class, meet with a professor in your area of academic interest or chat with a coach. These visits are offered on weekdays throughout the year.

To ensure your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least one week in advance.

Schedule your upperclassman day visit

Senior overnight visit opportunities

Hey Senior, want more than just a day on campus? An overnight visit is a great way to see both the academic and social sides of campus. Our student ambassadors host overnight guests on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday each week. Typical overnights start at 5 p.m. when you meet your host. You’ll spend the night in your host’s residence hall before continuing to a customized individual visit the next day. Your visit will include a walking tour of campus and a meeting with an admission counselor. Fill your day however you'd like - sit in on a class, meet with a professor in your area of academic interest or chat with a coach.

To ensure your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least two weeks in advance.

Schedule your senior overnight visit

underclassmen day Visits

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Our underclassmen visits, offered to freshmen and sophomores, include a tour of campus and a meeting with a member of the admission office. These visits are held on weekdays throughout the year.

To ensure your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least one week in advance.

Schedule your underclassman day visit

School / Community org. group visits

Hanover welcomes schools and community-based organizations as a private group. Designed for groups of at least five students, these visits include a tour of campus and a presentation from a member of the admission office. These visits are offered on weekdays throughout the year.

To ensure your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least 30 days in advance.

Scheduled your school/community org. group visit

High School and College Fair Visits

Throughout the year, we'll bring Hanover College to you! Our admission representatives travel throughout the midwest, visiting high schools and attending college fairs to talk to prospective students about life at Hanover, our 32+ academic programs, the admission process and more.

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Upcoming events

October 6, 2018 and April 13, 2019

Hanover at a Glance

Hanover at a Glance is a campus visit program that provides prospective students and their families an opportunity to:

  • Receive vital admission and financial assistance information
  • Meet members of our outstanding faculty
  • Take a walking tour of campus with a current Hanover student
December 1, 2018

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.

January 26, 2019

Benjamin 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.

June 9-14, 2019

Summer Academy

Choose from six unique academic institutes. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school are invited to apply. Scholars who complete one of the six courses will be guaranteed a minimum $15,000 academic merit scholarship to attend Hanover College.

Learn more about Hanover College's Summer Academy