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Upcoming Visit Days

***Note: Fall Visit Days, and Spring Visit Day are very similar events.  If you have attended one of these events, we suggest you set up an individual visit (and/or other group events that have different content) PLUS attend a scholarship event to broaden your knowledge of Clarke.

STEM Day
Saturday, September 26
At Clarke’s STEM Day, you won’t sit in another classroom listening to a bunch of stuffy faculty talk at you about opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math. Instead, you’ll actually work hands on with our professors and top-notch students in biology, chemistry, computer science and math to see first-hand all of the cool things you can do in these fields. For more details and to RSVP, click here.

Fall Visit Day
Saturday, October 10
Saturday, November 14
Fall Visit Day is the perfect way to learn about Clarke University! You and your parents will learn about Clarke’s admissions process, explore our campus with current students while hearing what it’s like to bleed blue and gold, visit with faculty in a group setting, and learn about our social opportunities to see if we’re the right fit for you. Plus, you get to eat brunch for free in our dining hall (our homemade meals are something to surely not miss). The visit day will begin at 9 a.m. in the Wahlert Atrium. For more details and to RSVP, click here.

* Transfer students are welcome. 

Crusaders for a Day
Thursday, October 29
Experience what it is like being a Clarke Crusader for a Day! Visitors will have the opportunity to meet current students, attend a class in their field of interest, speak one-on-one with a Clarke professor, and tour campus. This is a great opportunity for you to see what day to day life at Clarke is really like! Your individualized itinerary will be sent to you prior to the event once your Crusader for a Day experience has been scheduled. Details and RSVP form will be available in August.

Fall Visit Day
Saturday, November 14 
Fall Visit Day is the perfect way to learn about Clarke University!  You and your parents will learn about Clarke’s admissions process, explore our campus with current students while hearing what it’s like to bleed blue and gold, visit with faculty in a group setting, and learn about our social opportunities to see if we’re the right fit for you. Plus you get to eat brunch for free in our dining hall (our homemade meals are something to surely not miss). The visit day will begin at 9:30am in the Wahlert Atrium.  Details and RSVP form will be available in August.

* Transfer students are welcome. 

VIEW Scholarship Weekend (admitted students choose one to attend)
Saturday, February 13 - Sunday, February 14 (Chicago Schaumburg Bus Trip) 
Saturday, February 27 - Sunday, February 28
Saturday, February 12 - Sunday, February 13
These competitions are for ACCEPTED prospective freshmen. Students who attend one of these weekends compete for renewable scholarships, and are engulfed in the Clarke culture during an overnight experience. Candidates must complete the admissions process prior to the event if they wish to attend. RSVP information is mailed starting in January to accepted prospective freshmen. For the first weekend, transportation will be available from the Oakbrook Malland Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg.

Chicago Financial Aid Nights
Wednesday, March 30 - Thursday, March 31 
Come join our financial aid experts in Oak Brook, IL for a complimentary one-on-one financial aid meeting. You and your family can reserve a 30 minute meeting on either Wednesday, March 30 or Thursday March 31.
These meetings are specifically for:

  • Families who need assistance in filing the FAFSA
  • Families who have filed the FAFSA (or do not intend to file the FAFSA)AND have specific questions for our financial aid staff about financing your education.

Personal appointments can be scheduled starting in January by calling 800-383-2345.

 

Spring Visit Day
Saturday, April 16
You and your parents will learn about Clarke’s admissions process, explore our campus with current students while hearing what it’s like to bleed blue and gold, visit with faculty in a group setting, and learn about our social opportunities to see if we’re the right fit for you. Plus, you get to eat brunch for free in our dining hall (our homemade meals are something to surely not miss). This event is especially targeted to high school sophomores and juniors who want an overview of Clarke.  More details and RSVP to come on February 13.  

* Transfer students are welcome.

  • Arts at Clarke Fall 2015
  • STEM Day 2015
  • Support Clarke Fall 2015