Experience Friends University during Friday with Friends.
Friday with Friends is for high school seniors interested in experiencing Friends University and learning how Friends can help with your college search. As a high school senior, you will have an opportunity to take a campus tour, visit with a professor, sit in on a class, connect with current students, meet your Admissions Counselor and enjoy lunch in our dining hall.
You will have the opportunity to audition for a scholarship if you are interested in fine arts and athletic coaches will be available to meet with those interested in sports. Parents and guests are welcome to join, and dress is casual.
Please fill out the overnight stay waiver and bring it with you when staying overnight.
Please enter the amount of people that will be attending, including yourself.
This day is specifically planned for transfer students who are interested in finding out more about Friends University and how we can help facilitate your continued education.
The day is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can even meet with a coach or have a fine arts scholarship audition.
Are you a high school senior or transfer student interested in participating in the Fine Arts program at Friends University? If the answer is “Yes!” this day is for you! The day will begin at 8 a.m. with the observation of the University Band rehearsal and student recitals. You will also sit in on a student panel and visit a faculty or classroom. campus tours are also available. The Admissions Staff will go over the admissions process and financial aid.During this day you will audition for scholarship opportunities in your specific area(s) of interest: vocal, ballet, instrumental, drama, art or communications (graphic design, journalism, media studies). Lunch will be provided and students and parents are invited to stay after lunch if interested in certain department activities such as ballet class and individual meetings with ballet professor, jazz band rehearsal and percussion ensemble rehearsal.Sign up for this and you will receive information on exactly what to expect during your audition time.
One of our most popular events is scheduled April 30, 2015, for high school juniors and other college-bound high school students. The day begins at 9 a.m. with a welcome and scavenger hunt tour. You will sit in on a panel where current Friends University Students can answer any of your questions and parents will hear from the faculty panel. There is no school in session on this day due to students enjoying their last day before finals begin. We take advantage of this by participating in their planned activities such as “Lunch on the Lawn” and outdoor games, including inflatables. The official event ends after lunch but you may want to stick around listen to the jazz groups perform as well as play games and participate in activities with the current students. Sign up and come prepared and dressed for a fun, exciting day.
High school students are invited to experience Friends University Saturday, Oct. 3, with a morning filled with exciting events including a helpful information session, homecoming events, tailgating for lunch and free tickets to see the only college football team in Wichita. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the college search process – whether they’re just beginning or a senior ready to make a decision – and discover what it’s like to be student at Friends.
If you prefer to have a one-on-one visit to Friends University, or you have already participated in a group day, sign up for an Individual Campus Visit.During this day we can customize your visit to fit your special needs and concerns. Some of the things that you can do on an Individual Campus Visit include: Campus Tour, visit with Admissions Staff, Financial Aid and Faculty and sit in on a class. If you are a senior you can visit with one of our coaches and audition for fine arts scholarship.Sign up for this day and one of our Campus Visit Coordinators will contact you to finalize your visit!
Please select a date and time from the drop down menus below. If 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. will not work with your schedule, please select "Contact me for a time" and a representative will contact you to find a time that meets your needs.
Friends University welcomes groups during the week. If you would like to coordinate a visit for your class or group, please let us know which day you are interested in coming, and we will get back with you to schedule the visit. The following visit agendas are offered: