Visit our campus and see what Hendrix has to offer. Meet our students, take a walk around campus, and ask your admission counselor anything you want.
In these virtual information sessions students will hear from an admission counselor who will share insights into admission, academics, student life, orientation, and what comes next. They will also share more about our innovative Odyssey program, and you will listen to stories from current Hendrix students. These are interactive conversations where you can submit questions live to be answered during the session.
Mondays - Fridays at 2:00 p.m.
These one-on-one conversations are a great opportunity to learn about academics, Odyssey, student life, transition to Hendrix and more from a student perspective. Use the link below to "meet" our students, see availability, and register for a conversation.
Want to connect with a faculty or staff member from the Hendrix Community? Let us know by filling out the form linked below! We'd love to help get a conversation started! Don't worry right now about knowing a specific date or time you'd like to chat. That can be sorted out after the initial introduction.
We're always a phone call, text, or email away but if you want to have a virtual meeting with us, we've set aside some dedicated time each day for meeting virtually face to face! Look over the calendar to find a time and register.
Update: The Admission Office has cancelled modified visits for the foreseeable future. When visits resume they will include an information session with an admission counselor and a guided walk around campus. We will not be able to schedule faculty talks or classroom visits.
Take a look at life on campus with these videos, then schedule your Hendrix Experience Day and see for yourself.
Head around campus with Rachel to get a glimpse of Greene Chapel, Ellis Hall, the Bonhoeffer House, and more.
See some of Mary's favorite places on campus - her residence hall, Veasey, one of the classroom's where she's pursuing a degree in History, the Trieschmann Dance Studio, and the Student Life and Technology Center.
See firsthand where Henry from Boulder, Colorado is conducting on-campus research, hosting his radio show, perfecting his tennis game, and more.
The best way to experience Hendrix is in person, but here's a quick look at our beautiful campus.
While there are no cases of COVID-19 currently at Hendrix, in the interest of the wellbeing of our visitors and our community large-scale admission events like Embrace the Orange have been canceled.
For more information on the College's current plans related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please check
A guide for prospective students can be found
which will be updated as we navigate these times.
Hendrix is right in the sweet spot — down the street from downtown, down the road from the capital city, and a road trip away from adventure.
The Hendrix campus is the heart and soul of our community.
Our hometown is a small college town that lives big.
The capital city of the Natural State is our next door neighbor.
Enjoy the Natural State's beauty with outdoor activities right in our backyard.
Please note: Entering the Hendrix College address into your GPS will take you to Bailey Library.
If you have any questions about scheduling your campus visit or need to modify an existing reservation, feel free to contact Jenn McKenzie, our Associate Director of Campus Visitation & Administrative Services, at