EXPERIENCE MBU DAYS
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You’re invited to visit campus! Come see the exciting events taking place at MBU!
As a prospective student (9th-12th grade), you may stay two nights in the dorms for no cost and receive three free meal tickets.
All overnight dorm guests: Please notify Guest Relations concerning your desire to stay in the dorms at least 48 hours in advance. While we invite you to visit any time, you may not stay in the dorms on Saturday/Sunday nights and college black-out dates (see below). Just bring yourself, your own bedding, and a towel!
Experience MBU Days
Our Experience MBU Days provide you with an opportunity to walk in the steps of a college student. Come visit MBU during for special prospective student opportunities.
|Homeschool Days||All Programs||“Adjust to College” Workshop||February 13-15, 2020|
|Experience MBU Weekend||All Programs||March 12-14, 2020|
|Experience MBU Weekend||All Programs||April 9-11, 2020|
|Experience MBU Weekend||All Programs||Humanities (English, Communication Arts, Dramactic Productions)||April 16-18, 2020|
|Ohio Road Trip||All Programs||Business/ROTC||April 23-25, 2020|
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Traveling with a prospective student?
You can make reservations for an on-campus Maranatha Guest Suite upon availability or stay at a local hotel. For visitors who don’t live within driving distance to Maranatha, Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) is the closest airport to campus. Those who fly into Milwaukee can take the Badger Bus to the Johnson Creek bus stop where Maranatha’s Guest Relations shuttle service can meet you. Maranatha’s shuttle service is free to prospective students. Please check the Badger Bus website for current prices and schedule, then call Maranatha’s Guest Relations at (920) 206-2370 to arrange a shuttle.
When scheduling your visit, please make your reservation at least 10 days before you arrive. Let us know if we can be of any help along the way. We hope to see you soon!
*Please note that the dorms are closed to visitors on Saturdays, Sundays, and the following black-out dates: (Students may visit campus, but dorm housing is not available.)
|September 2-3||Open of Fall Semester|
|September 12-14||Soccer/Volleyball Tournament|
|November 21-December 1||Thanksgiving Break|
|December 7-January 27||Project Due Date/Final Exams/Christmas Break/Open of Spring Semester|
|January 31- February 1||Great Lakes Music Festival|
|February 6-8||High School Basketball Tournament|
|March 19-29||Spring Break|
|April 25- Summer||Project Due Date/Final Exams/Commencement/Summer|