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Campus Visit

We would love to show you around campus! Consider this your personal invitation to Clearwater Christian College. Whether you decide to come for a personal visit or with your entire extended family, our goal is to tailor your visit to CCC according to what works best for you. Here are some options for you during your visit:
  • Attend chapel.
  • Tour the campus.
  • Talk with an admissions counselor about admissions, financial aid, or any other questions you have.
  • Visit classes.
  • Meet a professor.
  • Meet a coach.
  • Eat in the cafeteria.
  • Audition for a music scholarship (open to high school seniors or people out of high school).
  • Attend an event.
Please click one of the links below for specific information about your campus visit. We look forward to meeting you!

Personal Visit

Group Visit

Schedule a Campus Visit

Scheduling a campus visit is easy!

You have three options:
1) Completing the online Visit form;
2) Sending an email; or
3) Calling the office directly at 727-726-1153 ext. 220.
It is imperative that you wait for confirmation of your reservation from the admissions office prior to making travel arrangements since all dates or accommodations may not be available when requested.

Any prospective student with a documented disability, who would need special accommodations while visiting should contact the Admissions office at least three weeks in advance.

To enhance your visit before you arrive on campus, click on Area Information for directions, community guides, and local housing.

Come and C Days

Come and C Days offers an opportunity for prospective students to stay in the dorms, attend classes and chapel, meet with personnel in informative sessions, and participate in activities interacting with CCC students. There are two opportunities this school year - October 10 - 11, 2013 and February 6 - 7, 2014.

Student Athlete Days

Student Athlete Days on March 6-7, 2014 will give prospective student athletes the opportunity to visit the college and get more information about the athletic program, teams, and college as a whole. It also gives them a chance to meet current players, teams, and coaches while getting a feel for college sports.