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That’s why we’re inviting you to visit our campus in Watertown, Wisconsin, and see for yourself what life at Maranatha Baptist University is all about! Join us for a college visit—in person or online. Tour our beautiful campus, meet the friendly people at MBU, and get ready for life as a Sabercat!

That’s why we’re inviting you to visit our campus in Watertown, Wisconsin, and see for yourself what life at Maranatha Baptist University is all about! Join us for a college visit—in person or online. Tour our beautiful campus, meet the friendly people at MBU, and get ready for life as a Sabercat!

Choose an option that works for you—or contact our staff at guestrelations@mbu.edu or 920.206.2370 to learn more.

CAMPUS TOUR

CAMPUS TOUR

Weekday visits — at your convenience! Schedule a campus tour to explore the MBU campus, meet professors, visit classes, and experience a chapel service.

SPECIAL EVENT VISIT

SPECIAL EVENT VISIT

Plan your campus visit around an MBU featured event — like a fall play, spring musical, or sporting event. Check the dates in our Special Events tab below.

PERSONAL VISIT

PERSONAL VISIT

Come when you can! Schedule a visit (overnight or full-day) to explore the MBU campus, meet professors, visit classes, and experience a chapel service.

SPONSORS

SPONSORS

Thank you for bringing a group to visit our campus. Please register your group as a group visit. See “Find Lodging” below for housing options. 

GROUP VISIT

GROUP VISIT

Check out MBU with your youth group, church group, extended family, or friends! Build your MBU experience at a convenient time — or around one of our special events.

QUESTIONS?

QUESTIONS?

We are happy to answer any questions. Email us at guestrelations@mbu.edu
or call us at 920-206-2370.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU VISIT

Visitors can experience a lot of campus life in just one day! Here’s a typical schedule of events designed to let visiting guests see many aspects of life at MBU.

8:45 AM Arrive and check-in at the Welcome Center, located in the Dining Complex
9:15 AM Chapel
10:30 AM Campus Tour
11:30 AM Class
12:30 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Class
2:30 PM Choir Rehearsal
3:30 PM Tour Residence Halls or Visit Financial Aid and Student Life
4:00 PM Meeting with Faculty/Coach
4:30 PM Meeting with Admissions
5:00 PM Dinner

 

BLACKOUT DAYS

BLACKOUT DAYS: Dorm housing and scheduled visits are not available during the following days. Campus tours may occur on a case by case basis.

August 26 - September 6, 2024 Opening of Fall Semester
September 12-14 Soccer/Volleyball Tournament
November 21 – December 2 Thanksgiving Break
December 6 – January 27, 2025 End-of-Semester Events, Christmas Break, Opening of Spring Semester
January 30 – 31 Great Lakes Music Festival
February 6 – 7 High School Basketball Tournament
March 6 – 7 Leader to Leader Conference
March 19 – 20 Assessment Day
March 21 – 31 Spring Break
April 25 – Summer End-of-Semester Events and Summer Break

RESOURCES FOR TRAVELERS

campus guest suites & area hotels

MBU shuttle bus & Badger bus

WATCH + LEARN

MBU’s video series gives you quick answers to your college questions.

 

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Here’s what our campus visitors had to say about their MBU experience.
Build your MBU Experience and see for yourself. 

I loved how kind and welcoming everyone was—it made me feel comfortable and at ease.

The violin pedagogy class was so engaging that it made my son rethink studying music.

I really enjoyed my dorm roommates and sitting in on the college classes.

It was very beneficial to get to talk to the faculty at the Meet & Greet. The overall atmosphere of the college experience was amazing!

It was AMAZING.

It was an incredible experience being surrounded by people that love the Lord.

Everyone was extremely helpful and so kind!

The friendliness and hospitality of the students and staff was encouraging.

I really enjoyed meeting with some of the faculty and visiting the classes.

I loved being around other people who are like me. It was fun to sit in a music class and talk about things. I also loved interacting with the faculty. They seemed so joyful and excited to work with us. I would do it all again.

I really liked the overall feel of the campus.