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Virtual Visit Experiences

Not even COVID-19 can stop us at Gordon College from showing you the ins and outs of everything we have to offer—from our outstanding fine arts program to the perks of dual enrollment as a high school student. Join us online at our virtual events to hear first-hand from current students and learn all there is to know about how Gordon will better prepare you for a greater purpose. See the schedule below and join in on the fun.


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Virtual Event Schedule:

In addition to on-demand videos, we have a lineup of live virtual events listed below:

December 3 

7 p.m. | Clarendon Scholars Student Panel 
Meet Clarendon scholars like Alex who majored in Accounting and now serves as an Audit Associate at KPMG. The program deepened Alex's understanding of community and has equipped him with an exhortation to effective, honest leadership.

December 8

7 p.m. | Honors Opportunities Information Session
Learn about the wide range of honors programs at Gordon—from our scholars semester in Oxford all the way to our unique Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF). Learn how you can form your own major through our Pike Honors program and grow into an intellectual leader through the Martha D. Frost Fellows Program.

December 9

7 p.m. | The Value of a Dual Degree: Pastoral Degree Program 
The Dokes Ministry Scholars program is an accelerated pastoral degree program—the perfect option for high-achieving students who have felt the call to full-time ministry or theological study. After just five years, you will receive a Bachelor of Arts from Gordon College and a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. If you are interested, join us as program director Andrew Breton walks you through the numerous benefits of this unique program! 

December 10

7 p.m. | Global Honors & A. J. Gordon Scholars Applicant Event 
Calling all Global Honors and A. J. Gordon Scholars applicants! This special event is for accepted Gordon students who have applied for one of the above honors programs.

December 14

The Gordon College Theatre Department presents: The Velveteen Rabbit
Stream the Gordon College Theatre Department's performance of The Velveteen Rabbit all day!

December 15

10 a.m. | Virtual Explore Gordon
Take a narrated campus tour, learn about financial aid at Gordon, hear from faculty and more! Full schedule to come. 

December 17

7 p.m. | Pluralism and Forgiveness Across Cultures: A Scot Talk with Dr. Kaye Cook  
Travel with Kaye Cook, professor and chair of Psychology, Sociology and Social Welfare, to Indonesia, where she will explore the meaning of forgiveness among Muslims and Christians as a U.S.Senior Fulbright Scholar. God calls us to forgive, not because we are capable of forgiving, but because God is God. Watch here

Take advantage of Gordon's Visit Scholarship: When high school seniors or transfer applicants visit campus (in person or virtually) for the first time this academic year, they automatically receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship. Sophomores and juniors can receive a one-time $500 scholarship when they ​visit and if they visit again as a senior, their scholarship doubles. Whatever the combination and no matter how many times you visit, this scholarship maxes out at $1,000 and is applied to your first full year of enrollment.


Visitor Resources

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Area Guide
Gordon's guide to the North Shore.

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Directions and Campus Map
Getting to Gordon


Local Accommodations
Places to stay in the area


Visitor FAQs
Commonly asked questions about visiting campus


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