A Parent’s Guide to Visiting Campus
The college decision process is a scary time for students. No doubt there are questions swimming in your head about where to go, what classes to take, how you’ll make friends, and what job you’ll get on campus.
But, let’s not forget that it’s also a scary time for your parents.
They’re probably wondering how you grew up so fast, if you’ll be safe on campus, what you’ll do on the weekends, and if you’ll be well fed. Typical parent thoughts.
So, parents: this article is for you, so you know what to expect if you ever have the chance to visit MBU with your student.
When you arrive on campus, you will be able to experience everything we have to offer. You can attend classes, attend chapel, order coffee at Old Main Café, visit the campus store, and eat in the dining hall. Essentially, you can relive your own college days.
We would also like to provide you suggestions for where to stay during your weekend in Watertown. Here are some options that are just minutes away from campus:
While campus visits are usually geared toward the students, we want you, as parents, to experience it with them so you know what their life will be like here. This decision should be just as easy for you as it is for your student.
We are looking forward to having you visit and experience MBU’s campus. See you soon!