Virtual Visit Week | April 13-18

· Mar 18 2020 · 3 min read

Mar 18, 2020


We are having a new and improved Virtual Visit Week as the COVID-19 situation continues to bar our normal visiting opportunities.

The week will start with a welcome from President Ben Merkle. For the week, participants can join one of four academic tracks.

Sit in on live classes, and a live faculty panel for each track toward the end of the week.

  • Music Track Schedule

    Monday, April 13
    • 8-9 am: President's Welcome (Zoom Webinar)
    • 3:30-5 pm: Second-Year Music History (Live Zoom Class)
    Tuesday, April 14
    • 1-3 pm: Composition and Arrangement (Live Zoom Class)
    • 4:30-5:30 pm: Music Panel with Music Faculty (Zoom Webinar)
    Wednesday, April 15
    • 9-10 am: Composition and Arrangement Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    • 1-1:45 pm: Vocal Technique (Live Zoom Class)
    Thursday, April 16
    • 4-5 pm: Music History Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    Friday, April 17
    • 9-10 am: Music History Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    Saturday, April 18
    • 10-11 am: Community Panel with Students and Alumni (Live Zoom Class)

    After each class there will be a 15 minute opportunity to connect with the professors.

    All times are in Pacific Standard Time.

  • Language Track Schedule

    Monday, April 13
    • 8-9 am: President's Welcome (Zoom Webinar)
    • 11 am-12 pm: Beginning Hebrew (Live Zoom Class)
    Tuesday, April 14
    • 10-11 am: Ovid: Second Year Latin (Live Zoom Class)
    Wednesday, April 15
    • 8-9 am: Intermediate Hebrew: Second Year Hebrew (Live Zoom Class)
    • 2:30-3:30 pm: Classical Greek: First Year Greek (Live Zoom Class)
    Thursday, April 16
    • 10:30 am-12 pm: Greek Texts: Second Year Greek (Live Zoom Class)
    Friday, April 17
    • 9:30-10:30 am: Honors Beginning Latin: First Year Latin (Live Zoom Class)
    • 3-4:30 pm: Language and Theology Panel (Zoom Webinar)
    Saturday, April 18
    • 10-11 am: Community Panel with Students and Alumni (Live Zoom Class)

    After each class there will be a 15 minute opportunity to connect with the professors.

    All times are in Pacific Standard Time.

  • Theology and Humanities Track Schedule

    Monday, April 13
    • 8-9 am: President's Welcome (Zoom Webinar)
    • 3:30-5 pm: Gastronomy (Live Zoom Class)
    Tuesday, April 14
    • 8-9:30 am: Theology: Senior Level (Live Zoom Class)
    • 3:10-4:10 pm: Lordship: Freshman Level (Live Zoom Class)
    Wednesday, April 15
    • 3:30-5:30 pm: Principia Mathematica (Live Zoom Class)
    Thursday, April 16
    • 9:30-11 am: History Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    • 1-3 pm: Romans: Sophomore Level Elective (Live Zoom Class)
    Friday, April 17
    • 11 am-12 pm: Tolkien Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    • 1-2 pm: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    • 3-4:30 pm: Language and Theology Panel (Zoom Webinar)
    Saturday, April 18
    • 10-11 am: Community Panel with Students and Alumni (Live Zoom Class)
    After each class there will be a 15 minute opportunity to connect with the professors. All times are in Pacific Standard Time.
  • Philosophy and Science Track Schedule

    Monday, April 13
    • 8-9 am: President's Welcome (Zoom Webinar)
    • 9-10 am: Political Economics: Junior Level Class (Live Zoom Class)
    • 3:30-5:30 pm: Herpetology (Live Zoom Class)
    Tuesday, April 14
    • 3-4:15 pm: Natural History: Biology Lecture (Live Zoom Class)
    Wednesday, April 15
    • 3:30-5:30 pm: Principia Mathematica Declamations (Live Zoom Class)
    Thursday, April 16
    • 10-11 am: Political Economics Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    • 12-3 pm: Epistemology of Theology (Live Zoom Class)
    Friday, April 17
    • 8-9:15 am: Natural History Lab (Live Zoom Class)
    • 12-1 pm: Math Recitation (Live Zoom Class)
    Saturday, April 18
    • 10-11 am: Community Panel with Students and Alumni (Live Zoom Class)
    After each class there will be a 15 minute opportunity to connect with the professors. All times are in Pacific Standard Time.

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Previous Virtual Visit Classes

View the previous Virtual Visit schedule here.

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