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Virtual Sessions

Looking for ways to learn more about Hollins? We hope you will join us for our spring webinar series. Powered by Zoom, these interactive sessions provide admitted students and parents/guardians an opportunity to learn more about topics of interest to you and to ask questions. Register below. We can’t wait to see you!


Schedule a personal scholarship and financial aid call
Do you have individual questions regarding your Hollins award letter? Interested in getting more details about how to make payments and which payment options are available to you? Schedule a call today with one of our financial aid advisors.

Schedule a personal call with an admission counselor

Looking for an update regarding our campus and COVID-19? Do you have any unanswered questions concerning Hollins - social life, housing, next steps? Schedule a call with your admission counselor to have all of your questions answered. 

Schedule a personal call with a graduate assistant in Hollins MFA in Creative Writing
April 13 - 17

Looking for an opportunity to chat one-on-one about Hollins’ offerings in English and creative writing? Schedule a call with a graduate assistant from Hollins’ MFA in Creative Writing. They’ll share insights about their experiences in the program, and are eager to learn more about you and your aspirations for writing.


Virtual Creative Writing Workshop: Music As A Doorway Into Fictional Characters
Thursday, April 9
1 – 2 pm EST
Join Jessie Van Eerden, Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing, for this virtual workshop. In this session, you will look at the various ways writers bring music into their stories, and will work through three exercises that use music to tap into your own characters and stories.

It’s not four years, it’s for life: Hollins alumnae panel
Thursday, April 9
6 – 7 PM EST

How does Hollins prepare you for life after college? What do you know now that you wish you knew then? Hollins alumnae answer these questions and more in a panel discussion; questions from participants are encouraged!
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Biology, Environmental Science, & Public Health at Hollins
Monday, April 13
3 – 3:30 PM EST

Join Mary Jane Carmichael, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, for an overview of majors in biology, environment science and public health. What types of classes will you be taking? What research opportunities are available? Bring your questions for an open Q&A!
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Grow your edge: Batten Leadership Institute (BLI)
Tuesday, April 14
11 – 11: 30 AM EST

The Batten Leadership Institute is a signature program at Hollins, developed in 2002 to offer instruction in key areas critical to success in every major. It is the only program in the nation that simultaneously runs a popular leadership development program for professionals in the region, using identical theory and models. BLI aims to improve skills around conflict management, decision-making, negotiation and emotional intelligence. Join this session to hear an overview and learn from current seniors, how they benefited from Batten. Find out if it could be right for you!
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Your Questions Answered: Scholarships, Financial Aid and Affordability
Wednesday, April 15
6 - 7 PM EST
What payment options are available to me? Will you discuss the different types of aid offered? When will I need to make my first payment? Mary Jean Sullivan, director of scholarships and financial assistance, will answer all of your affordability questions!
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Women in leadership: A special session with President-Elect Mary Dana Hinton, Ph.D.
Thursday, April 16
6 – 7 PM EST

Did you know that women’s college graduates make up two percent of the college graduate population, yet comprise more than 20 percent of women in Congress, and 33 percent of the women on Fortune 100 boards? We invite you to join Mary Dana Hinton, president-elect of Hollins University, for a special webinar exploring women and leadership, and why, more than ever, a women’s college is the right choice to grow personally and professionally.
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Virtual Creative Writing Workshop
Tuesday, April 21
1:30 - 2:30 PM EST
It's Your Birthday! Writing About Occasions! In this workshop, we’ll look at the many ways writers celebrate, remember, and document the events that matter to us. 
Intended audience: Students only 

Hollins Athletics: Go Green
Tuesday, April 21
6 – 7 PM EST

Meet Hollins coaches and learn more about new initiatives in the athletics department. Ask questions about your sport(s) and hear how you may fit into the team. 
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Strength and Conditioning at Hollins
Wednesday, April 22
3 - 4 PM EST

Student-athletes at Hollins enjoy access to highly experienced professionals in both strength & conditioning, and in athletic training. We provide science-based, individualized training programs that help to increase power and strength, prevent injuries, and also to help rehabilitate athletes who do get injured. Learn more about Hollins’ high-quality, total sports performance program!
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

Hollins Outdoor Program and Student Well-Being
Tuesday, April 28
6 – 7 PM EST

What does Hollins offers for fitness, recreation, and outdoor adventure? We will share information on the fitness facilities, physical education classes and the student well-being program. Hollins is located in a region that is teeming with great locations to pursue outdoor recreation (hiking, biking, camping, paddling, climbing), and students can utilize those activities to develop confidence and leadership skills.
Intended audience: Students and parents/guardians

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