We know that getting to know the people of Knox—current students, professors, coaches, and members of the staff—can be very important as you make your final college decision. That's why we invite you (and your parents) to participate in the Admitted Student Experience—live and virtual events where you can interact with us, get to know us, and envision yourself as a member of Knox's human-powered community.
Are you a high school sophomore or junior or other student just beginning your college search? Visit our Knox Preview Days page.
We may not be able to offer our big admitted student events because of the pandemic, but we still invite you to come see us in person! Schedule an individual visit Monday through Saturday. Tour campus, talk with students, and learn more about Knox from the people who experience it every day.
Virtual Admitted Student Days
Miss Virtual Admitted Students Days? We've collected the best of our videos from the three events so that you can watch any time. They include:
- A welcome from President Teresa Amott
- A real-time virtual tour of campus led by current students
- Breakout sessions about academic programs and student life
- Q&A sessions for students and parents
Meet with Us Virtually
Just the Money
How much will Knox cost? How do I pay my bill? We talk about payment plans, campus employment, loans, billing and payment due dates, outside scholarships, and more.
All the Questions You Wanted to Ask—But Haven't
Will I fit in? What’s Galesburg like? How hard is Knox? What’s Knox like for an LGBTQ or BIPOC student? Knox College staff and current students answer those questions and more.
How Will I Have Fun?
Sports, outdoor recreation, service, performing arts, cultural clubs, and so much more. Discover more than 100 ways to get involved and make a difference (oh, and have fun!) on campus and in Galesburg.
Live Q&A for International Students
Our international admission staff and director of international student services answer your questions and talk about the Knox experience for international students.
Living and Dining at Knox
What's it like to live at Knox? What’s the food like? Do you have special housing or dietary needs? Find out from current students and staff about residential living and dining options.
So, I decide to choose Knox. What happens next? Learn more about signing up for classes, how to prepare for the fall, orientation programs, and what to expect your first year at Knox.
Quick Preview and Q&A
Take part in a quick, live introduction to Knox's human-powered education followed by a Q&A with an admission counselor and a current student.
Meet with Your Admission Counselor
Talk to us about academic programs, finances, or even what you can expect to do with your life after Knox. We're here to answer all your questions.
Talk to a Current Student
How do you know if you've chosen the right major? What do students do for fun? What's it like sharing your space with suitemates? Literally: Ask us anything.
Things to Love about Knox
For campus leader Maddie Tucker '22, she started forming friendships at Knox in her first-year suite, living with people she had never met from all around the world.
Pick up the phone to listen and ask questions during roundtable discussions with Knox staff, current students, and parents. No need to register in advance. We'll call you!
For Parents of Admitted Students
Roundtable discussion with staff, parents, and students on Tuesday, January 12.
For Admitted Students
Discussion with staff and current students on Tuesday, March 23.
For Parents of Admitted Students
Discussion with current students and parents on Thursday, April 15.
Meet Your Class on Facebook
Meet Your Class on Facebook for live events with current and admitted students, like Guided Coloring and Make and Origami Fox on May 26. Get to know current Knox students and talk to other admitted students who are considering a human-powered Knox education. It's a great way for you to introduce yourself, share stories, and ask questions.
A Whirlwind Introduction to the Human-Powered Knox Experience
You won't find a better guide to the human-powered Knox experience than a couple of humans who have experienced it themselves. Sarah Colangelo '10 and Joyce Hall '11 walk you through the basics—requirements, how to incorporate study abroad and independent research into your schedule, immersion terms—as well as get the most out of your time at Knox.
This is My Knox
Listen to students talk about their experiences inside and outside of the classroom.
Take a tour of the Knox College athletic facilities with our Prairie Fire coaches.