Latino Visit Day scheduled for March 12

What: Latino Visit Day
Date: Friday, March 12, 2021
Time: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Goshen College Church-Chapel (College Mennonite Church), 1900 S. Main St., Goshen

Spanish-speaking Latino/a high school seniors and their families are invited to a special Goshen College visit day on Friday, March 12. This visit day will be entirely in Spanish.

Register for this visit day

During the visit day, prospective students will learn more about Goshen College, the admissions process and financial aid options, as well as hear directly from current GC students, professors and parents.

Events for the day:

  • Admissions and Financial Aid session
  • Campus tour
  • Student panel
  • Professor panel
  • Parents will have the opportunity to meet other parents of current GC students

For students who haven’t already applied to Goshen College, please bring a copy of your high school transcript so that you can complete your application on campus and receive an admissions decision right on the spot.

Goshen College is ranked as one of the top private colleges in the Midwest, and is Elkhart County’s only college that offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, as well as a doctor of nursing practice (DNP). Programs are offered in more than 45 areas of study, including nursing, business, pre-medicine, computer science, social work, education and music. Goshen College also offers distinctive hands-on, real-world learning experiences that help graduates stand apart in the job market — including through its nationally recognized study abroad program. Last year, more than 92 percent of graduates were employed within one year of graduation.

Goshen College also offers a range of financial aid and scholarships. Last year, 99 percent of full-time traditional undergraduate students received financial aid. The college has been recognized as a “least debt college,” and produces graduates with less debt than the national averages for both public and private colleges or universities.

With a more than 30 percent Latino undergraduate student body, GC recently joined a consortium of Indiana colleges and the Indiana Latino Institute (ILI) to collaborate on culturally responsive approaches that improve Latino student access and facilitate completion.

Have additional questions about this event? Contact Adriana Ortiz at or 574-535-7011.

NOTE: In order to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff, this event will be limited to just 13 students (with a maximum of two guests per student), so be sure to reserve your spot soon!