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Campus Visit

It is always helpful to experience a campus firsthand before deciding if it is the right school for you.

Experience Briercrest

Held two to three times each each, Experience Briercrest takes you from class to chapel and from the dining hall to dorm room and all points inbetween. This event is designed to help you experience and imagine what life as a student at Briercrest College is like.   More details.

Plan A Visit

If your schedule won't allow you to attend one of our scheduled Experience Briercrest opportunities we would be happy to set up a visit just for you.  We recommend that you plan to visit during the school year so that you can see the campus when students are around. You will be able to attend chapel, sit in on a class or two, eat in the dining hall, meet with your admissions adviser, tour the campus, and meet current teachers and staff members.

Campus Visit Travel Incentive

If you come for a visit we would love to help you to cover the cost of your trip.
Here's what you need you to do:

  • Contact our Admissions department and book a visit with one of our staff.
  • Come for the tour and enjoy what Briercrest and Briercrest Christian Academy haveto offer (all on-campus expenses will be paid for you).
  • For College, complete the application process ( online application) to start (if you've already started the application or have already been accepted you can still take advantage of this offer)!
  • Upon acceptance and arrival on campus as a student, we will offer you a tuition waiver of $100-$500 (see the waiver calculation below to find out how much you're eligible to receive).

Your visit is very important to us! Our staff and teachers look forward to seeing you on campus and showing you our unique way of life here at Briercrest and Briercrest Christian Academy.

Tuition waiver calculation and eligibility

The most satisfying experience has been interacting with the faculty members, many of which have encouraged and poured into me, and been willing to help me with difficult course work.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015