There’s nothing quite like being in the right place at the right time. We know you are approaching one of the most exciting times in your life. Thanks to strong leadership and a $700 million investment in growth and campus improvements over the last 5 years, it is also a particularly dynamic and extraordinary time to be a part of High Point University.
Don’t miss out on the extraordinary opportunities available for you at High Point University! We have several application deadlines of which you should be aware:
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With 47 buildings on 290 acres, the University is located in a quiet residential area a mile from downtown High Point. Interstate highways 40 and 85 are easily accessible from the campus, and the area airport is a few miles north of the campus. Several buildings on campus were part of the original construction in 1924, but many have been added as part of a 10 year, $2.1 billion growth plan for the University.
High Point University offers some of the most incredible on-campus housing in the country. All residence halls are either brand new or have been recently renovated. Students enjoy wireless internet, air conditioning, carpeting in each individual room, spacious common areas with new furniture and plasma TVs, free laundry, free cable TV, and outdoor patios with lounge and rocking chairs. Residence halls are locked 24/7 with entrance by student ID only to a student’s own building.
The Admissions Advice Blog
A traveler’s guide to your success. Lars Farabee, one of High Point University’s traveling Admissions Counselors, guides you through the college search, application, and admission process, making sure you have some fun along the way.
The Student Blog
Five HPU freshmen give you the inside scoop on college life at High Point. Follow Georgie, Jason, Mayeesa, Brian and Summer as they journey from Early Registration to Freshman Move-in, classes, and weekend fun in High Point!
The Wrenn Room Blog
A blog from one parent to another. HPU’s Vice President of Enrollment, Andy Bills, shares his wisdom and professional insight into university admissions with the understanding of a parent of three college students.