Prospective students and families are invited to visit Spring Hill College, called the South's "most beautiful" and home of the Spring Hill College Badgers.
Spring Hill College has been called the South's most beautiful by Southern Living. Visitors and students alike agree that the College is an extraordinary place to visit. From the venerable, tree-lined Avenue of the Oaks to the well-designed Rydex Commons, this 188-year-old campus is worth the trip.
The design and grounds are just the beginning, however, of what Spring Hill College means to students.
College freshman Mary Grace Sullivan shared her impressions of life on The Hill, starting with freshmen Move-In Day. "On my first day at Spring Hill, I was greeted by encouraging Badger Connection Guides who cheered me on as I entered the Recreation Center. Several upperclassmen introduced themselves to me, and I had the opportunity to meet many members of my class. I felt a part of a new community, and this made the transition into college so much easier."
Senior Dylan Mire highlighted how his four years at Spring Hill prepared him for a successful professional life and a rewarding personal life. "Spring Hill College has provided me a solid, Jesuit foundation academically, socially and spiritually as I pursue a career in dentistry. I have gained invaluable skills in communicating and working with both peers and superiors, and it has given me the confidence to thrive in all social settings. My faith has been augmented through so many programs and people, and Spring Hill has truly helped to light a passion for service for others that I know I will be able to apply to all facets of my life."
During the Friday, October 19, 2018, Badger Day Open House, prospective students will experience the inspiring benefits of a Jesuit, Catholic, liberal arts education, spend time with current students and learn about life on The Hill. They'll discover the variety of student organizations and service opportunities, sit in on classes and appreciate the powerful impact of the faculty on their academic success.
"Badger Day Open House is much more than just a walk around campus for prospective students and families. It's a complete Spring Hill College experience. We want you to feel welcome, get to know about life here and, for future freshmen, plan to make Spring Hill College your home next year," said E. Joseph Lee, Spring Hill College President.
The October 19 event is the College's first Open House of the year and registration ends October 15.