Baptist University invites all prospective students and their families to visit the campus, labs, and learn more about Baptist University. For other options to visit Baptist U, please email or call your admissions officer, or email or call the admissions office: firstname.lastname@example.org; 901.572.2521.
Click on the date below to register for an interest session, known as the freshman or transfer connection session. Sessions are for all prospective students to learn about admissions requirements, basic financial aid, scholarships, and academic programs.
Virtual Information Sessions
Virtual Information Sessions are a great opportunity for you to meet with admissions staff and get your questions answered about admissions requirements, basic financial aid & scholarships, and about our academic programs.
Virtual Information Sessions are held each Tuesday and Wednesday at 4 pm CDT. Click on the button below to save your spot!
- The target population for the Tuesday session is high school students.
- The target population for the Wednesday session is transfer and adult students.
Preview Days are a great way to check out everything that's happening at Baptist University. Previously named open houses, preview day introduces you to the culture of Baptist and all the majors we offer.
The Baptist U Admissions Team will be offering campus tours every Thursday at 10 AM and 3 PM. Our Admissions Officers will be on hand to show you the various buildings and labs, This is a great opportunity for you to meet with admissions staff and get your questions answered about admissions requirements, basic financial aid scholarships, and about our academic programs. Click on a button below to select your date and time to save your spot!
Space is limited due to social distancing requirements.
Meet Your Financial Aid Officers
Sign up to drop by our Financial Aid Zoom Room between 5:00pm to 6:30pm on November 4th, 2021 or February 17th, 2022. This will be a great time to ask questions, learn more about financial aid, and meet your Financial Aid Officers. You can drop in anytime to ask any questions you may have. Click on a button below to pick your date and time.
DNP Informational Sessions
Baptist Health Sciences University will host several virtual informational sessions for the The Doctor of Nursing Practice program this fall. The DNP program has 2 concentrations: Adult-Gero Acute Care NP, and Adult-Gero Primary Care NP. There are also two pathways: Post BSN to DNP, and Post MSN to DNP (to obtain a second NP credential). For more information, please visit www.baptistu.edu/DNP.
Students in Sonography lab scanning a model
Faculty training students on clinical equipment
Students using the VERT in radiation therapy
Students in Respiratory Care