Due to Covid-19, we are limiting the number of on-campus visitors, but our admissions staff are still hard at work to provide the best virtual alternatives to the campus experience. Here, you'll find opportunities to chat with a counselor, tour the campus and hear from our faculty.
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Virtual Visit Admission Presentations
While there's nothing better than being here for yourself, we still want to share the beauty of Hanover with you any way we can!
Join us online for one of our unique virtual admission presentations followed by a Q&A session with a member of our Office of Admission staff. Not only will you learn more about the basics of Hanover, you will have the chance to ask your personal questions through our chat box.
Tour our campus
If you're not able to make it to campus physically, we've got the next best thing: 360-degree virtual tour resources! Now you'll be able to discover that home-away-from-home feeling so many of our students describe through your screen! This is a great first visit option if you live far away from our campus, or have been limited by the COVID-19 quarantine.
See our full virtual tour below, followed by even closer looks inside some of our iconic buildings on campus, including the Science Center, Classic Hall, Horner Health and Recreation Center, Donner Residence Hall, The Other Place theatre, Duggan Library and the Gladish Center for Teaching and Learning, Lynn Center for Fine Arts, Hendricks Hall, the Underground and Withrow Activity Center.
Explore panther perspectives
Many current students and alumni tell us that meeting students, faculty and staff on campus during their first visits were incredibly influential in their decision to enroll. To provide you with an opportunity to hear from leaders across campus, check out our videos below to hear perspectives from staff, faculty and students. Then, scroll down for recordings of past live chats and a full schedule of upcoming chat opportunities.
live chat recordings & Upcoming events
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Meet some current students and hear their thoughts and advice on the transition to college from high school, residence halls, meal plans and more. Hear what it's really like to learn, live, play and get involved at Hanover College.
Learn more about the many ways to get involved as a student both on and off-campus. Our Student Life staff will talk about the clubs, organizations, and experiential learning opportunities that lead to our 99% placement after graduation.
Get to know us and have all of your questions answered! Join Admission and Financial Aid staff and students as they answer your questions concerning the application process, making Hanover affordable, and how to explore campus in-person or virtually. We'll be ready to answer whatever questions are on your mind!
Senior year is here and that means it's time to start applying to colleges. Let Hanover guide you through that process, and answer your questions about what it's like to be an HC Panther with staff from Admission, Financial Aid, Student Life and Athletics.
Chat with the Office of Admission and Dr. Jeff Phillips, Director of the Hanover College Engineering Program and Assistant Professor of Engineering.
Office of Student Life staff will provide an overview of living options on campus and give some helpful tips for navigating the application process and identifying roommates.
Join Dr. Don Carrell, Professor of Philosophy, and Dr. Sara Patterson, Professor of Theological Studies, for a discussion on the Humanities, unique opportunities in their programs and the broader Hanover student experience. The Humanities includes majors in classical studies, history, medieval renaissance studies, philosophy and theology.
Presenters Christy Ownbey, CPNP-PC, and Catherine Le Saux, MSW, LCSW, will speak about services offered in Hanover's health and counseling areas and share information on what the College will need to have on file before new students begin classes.
Join Dr. Robyn Ryle, Professor of Sociology, and Dr. Valerie Young, Associate Professor of Communication and Associate Dean for Faculty Development, for a discussion on the Social Sciences and the wider academic experience of Hanover students. The Social Sciences includes majors in anthropology, communication, economics, education, gender studies, international studies, political science and sociology.
Join coaches Rachel Sharpe and Ryan Nowicki for a discussion on life as a student-athlete at Hanover. Roughly 40% of Hanover students participate in one of our 23 NCAA DIII varsity teams, with even more participating in club-level sports.
Join the Office of Admission and Dr. John Riddick, Professors of the Business Scholars Program, for a discussion about Hanover's unique opportunities to major or minor in business, internships and more. Business Scholars Program concentrations include accounting, finance, marketing, management, analytics and international business.
Join Kim Brant, Director of External and Business Relationships; Margaret Krantz, Senior Director of career and Professional Development; and Jenny Moss, Director of Internships, for a discussion of resources and support available to Hanover students and alumni through the Levett Career Center.
Join Dr. Darrin Rubino, Professor of Biology, and Dr. Timothy Cunningham, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, for a discussion on the sciences and the student academic experience at Hanover. The Natural Sciences includes majors in biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, geology, mathematics, physics and psychology
Chat with Office of Student Life staff as they provide an overview of ways in which student can get involved. Topics covered will include student organizations, Greek chapters and insight on some of the paid leadership opportunities.
Join Dr. Uschi Appelt, Director of Study Abroad and English faculty member, and Rick Lostutter, Associate Professor of Art, for a discussion about unique student opportunities and the Hanover academic experience. The Arts & Letters includes majors in art + design, art history, English, German, French, Spanish, music and theatre.
We're behind you all the way: whatever you goals, interests and academic ambitions may be.
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