“… To lie sometimes on the grass under trees on a summer’s day … is by no means a waste of time.”
What’s Age Got to Do With It?
TED presenter and ageism activist Ashton Applewhite says “[T]he cartilage goes away, but our experiences remain accessible to us. I don’t know anyone who would turn back the clock if it meant giving up what they’ve gained along the way.” Read more of Ashton’s Q&A and learn about Asbury’s What’s Age Got to Do With It campaign.
Scientist Pays It Forward
Fred Brown has spent decades working to increase the presence of minorities in the science and research fields. Now active with Asbury’s Gaithersburg Beloved Community Initiative, Fred believes “Everybody is in this world to do something good, everybody has a talent and you’ve got to use it.” Read more.
Asbury Gains Arboretum Status
In April, Asbury was officially designated an arboretum by ArbNet accreditation program. This honor recognizes years of hard work by residents and associates who have committed themselves to turning the campus into an environmental treasure. See why National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore called Asbury a “rural oasis.”
Take a peek at resident life, our beautiful campus grounds and indoor common spaces, and some of the services in our Photo Gallery. See why summer—and every season—is sensational at Asbury. Click here to view photos.
Tour: 1-Bedroom Edwards-Fisher
Located next to Rosborough Cultural Arts and Wellness Center, Edwards-Fisher offers easy access to the hub of campus life. All apartments feature a balcony or a patio, and with covered links to many campus destinations and proximity to the Wildlife Preserve, residents are well situated in all seasons. Take the tour.