Stampede Day a Success

10/13/2017

The Central Baptist College Admissions Office held the first college preview day, Stampede Day, of the 2017-2018 academic year on Wednesday, Oct. 4. A total of 63 students and their guests attended and experienced a “day in the life” of a CBC student. Attendees were able to hear a student and a faculty panel, interact with the various academic departments, eat lunch provided by CBC Dining Services and attend CBC’s weekly chapel service. There was a lot of energy on campus, and it was a great way for these 63 prospective students to get a feel for the CBC college experience.

 If you missed the fall Stampede Day, you will have another opportunity to attend in the spring. The next Stampede Day will be held on Friday, Feb. 2, in conjunction with CBC’s 2018 Homecoming activities.  The spring event is a little different than the fall event, but just as valuable. It is a personally interactive “come & go” style event that creates a wonderful environment for one-on-one connections with faculty, staff and administrators.  If you can’t attend the Feb. 2 Stampede Day, you can schedule a Personal Campus Visit on any date that best fits your schedule.

A Personal Campus Visit is a day planned just for you by your admissions representative! This is a great way to ask the questions you have and not feel rushed. You even get your very own parking spot for the day! Learn more about Stampede Open House events and register for the spring event at cbc.edu/Stampede. Learn more about the Personal Campus Visit experience, as well as schedule your day on campus at cbc.edu/Visit. To speak to an admissions representative, email admissions@cbc.edu or call (501) 329-6873.



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