Real Life. Together.

Visit Campus

There are some things you’ve got to see for yourself!

Some things in life just have to be experienced. For that simple reason, our award-winning programs take a real-life, explorative approach —  and it’s also why you should schedule a campus visit!

Come see for yourself what community, academic excellence, and outside-the-box learning opportunities are all about at Anderson University. We can’t wait to meet you, so schedule your visit today!

Please note: Beginning June 10, 2019 the Admissions Welcome Center will be undergoing some remodeling. Please follow signage to our temporary visit center.

Discovery Days

The Discovery Days experience includes a campus tour, academic, student life, financial aid information, and lunch, and it concludes by 2 p.m.

2019-2020 Discovery Days

Please check back later this summer for our fall 2019 Discovery Day dates.

Individual Discovery

Whether it’s because of your busy schedule or just because you prefer to meet one-on-one, we’re always glad to set up a day just for you. We’ll work with you to make sure your time on campus meets your needs and gives you all the information you’re looking for.

  • Tour our campus.
  • Meet with an admissions counselor.
  • Worship with us in Chapel on Tuesday or Thursday.
    Tuesday programming typically includes a speaker following our Bible study. Thursday is often an opportunity to hear from campus organizations.
  • Talk with a coach or a professor.


Athletic Prospect Days

Join us for a day dedicated to your sport.

Women’s Soccer ID Camp – June 15

Men’s Soccer Prospect Camp – June 21

Women’s Soccer Mini ID Camp & Ravens 3v3 Cup – July 6

“Deciding to attend Anderson University was easy for me. As soon as I stepped on campus, I knew I wanted to go here and nowhere else. The campus community was what made me fall in love with AU. I am very blessed to have such caring and dedicated professors who will do anything and everything to help their students succeed. I am so appreciative of all of the connections I have been able to make through the opportunities they give us.”

Samuel O'Brien, Class of 2020