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Weekday Campus Visit Information

Visit Requests may include:

Group Guided Campus Tours

  • Most weekdays.
  • Tours include stops at a freshman residence hall, the Power Center (recreation center), the Dining Hall, the Library, the Student Union and more.
  • Last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Personal Appointment with an Admission Counselor

  • Most weekdays.
  • During this 45-minute meeting, the counselor will provide a University overview, explain the admission process and academic scholarship opportunities, academic requirements, and major requirements, as well as answer any questions that you have.
  • A meeting with a counselor is recommended but is not required for admission.

Special Requests Include:

Appointment with a Representative from an Academic Department

(A minimum of seven business days advance notice is required to send an appointment request to a department representative. A confirmation email will be sent to you once we are notified of your appointment time. This meeting is separate from your meeting with Admissions.  Department meetings are subject to availability.)

  • Discuss courses, internships, and general information related to your program of study with a department representative.
  • Monday - Friday (based on availability).
  • Appointments last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
  • The Mylan School of Pharmacy requires that students have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and an SAT of 1150 (Math & Critical Reading) and/or an ACT of 25 to schedule a personal appointment.
  • The Department of Physician Assistant Studies requires that students have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and an SAT of 1200 (Math & Critical Reading) and/or an ACT of 26 to schedule a personal appointment.

Attend a Class (Please give one week advance notice.  Class visits are subject to availability and are available Fall and Spring sessions. Seniors Only.)

  • Monday – Friday (based on availability)
  • Classes last 50 minutes (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) or 75 minutes (Tuesday, Thursday).

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