February 18, 2010 : Julie Celano
Friendly Fridays are days when people who are interested in attending Liberty can become acquainted with the school. The day consists of a tour, admission sessions, convocation with the student body and a luncheon. Prospective students may also attend classes at the end of the day if they chose to do so. The tours are taken in small groups so that prospective students and parents can ask questions and get a personal and intimate look at Liberty.
Friendly Fridays are a great way to find out answers to important questions and to become familiar with the large campus. Having an intimate tour and sessions allows prospective students and their families to make a more educated decision on whether or not Liberty is the right school for them. Even if you already know that you are going to attend Liberty, coming to a Friendly Friday and getting to know your way around campus would likely help to make you feel more comfortable on your first day at a new school.
Liberty hosts Friendly Friday groups every two to three weeks. You can register online or call the Visitors Center to schedule your visit. To find our more information on Friendly Fridays, visit the website www.liberty.edu/visitus.
- Julie Celano