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EXPERIENCE IT FOR YOURSELF

As you consider the diverse opportunities offered by colleges and universities across the country, there is nothing which can replace the value of a personal campus visit.

Please fill out one of the visitor forms below to get started:

**Please review the available visit dates listed to the center-right of this page. 

     

*Overnight visits must be scheduled at least 10 business days in advance.

*Non-overnight visits must be scheduled at least 4 business days in advance. 

                    - Please take into account when requesting a visit that Saturday & Sunday are not considered business days.

 
Making an official visit to campus allows you to:
  • Go on our campus tour
  • Sit in on a class 
  • Attend Mass with our students
  • Meet one-on-one with your admissions counselor
  • Stay overnight in residence hall with current student
  • Learn more about our Austria study abroad program


Summer 2016 Visits are now closed.

*We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause 

Please review the Fall 2016

visit schedule for visit dates:

 

 Fall 2016 Visit Schedule:

Sept. 26 - Oct. 5: Day/Overnight Visit (Overnight Optional)

Oct. 7: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Oct. 10: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Oct. 12 - Oct. 26: Day/Overnight Visit (Overnight Optional)

Oct. 28: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Closed for All-Saints Break

Nov. 4: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Nov. 7 - Nov. 18: Day/Overnight Visit (Overnight Optional)

Nov. 21: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Closed for Thanksgiving

Nov. 28: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

Nov. 30: Day/Overnight Visit (Overnight Optional)

Dec. 2: Day Visit Only (No Overnight)

ADDITIONAL LINKS

The following links may also be helpful as you make plans for your visit to campus. Please note that we do not provide transportation to the university from the airport or hotels.


 
  • How do I register for a visit?  Call the admissions office at 740-283-6226 (toll free at 800-783-6220) or Click here and select whether you are an undergraduate visitor (pursuing a bachelor’s degree) or a graduate visitor (already have a bachelor’s degree and looking into our Masters programs). Begin a visit form, pick a date from the available dates for visiting at the top of the form, complete the form and submit it. Once the form is complete, you will receive a confirmation of what you requested sent to the email you provided. *Please note that this email may go to your junk folder or the promotions folder. 

 

  • What if I wanted to stay overnight?  The overnight request is part of the standard online visit form click here. Please register for your overnight visit at least two weeks in advance. Otherwise it will have to be a day-visit only.

 

  • What if I want to stay with someone I know?  Visiting students who would like to stay with someone they know are free to make overnight arrangements on their own with their friend.  Regardless, please register for a campus visit and select “no” for the overnight option.

 

  • Am I allowed to go off campus?  If you are staying with a room host set up by admissions, the room host is not permitted to take you off campus for liability reasons.

 

  • What will I do with my host?
    Overnight visitors will experience campus life outside the classroom. Activities you might attend with your host if available could include: household events, athletic games, residence hall gatherings, general university programs etc. In some cases, hosts may have obligations including a class, studies, club or household meetings and even work study hours on campus. Overnight guests need to realize that their host may not be available to them 24/7, as campus life and commitments do not cease when visitors are in the halls. In other words, staying in the halls is meant to show you what life is like on campus on a daily basis.

 

  • What should I bring if I’m staying overnight?  Pack a sleeping bag, pillow, towel, personal items, comfortable clothing, etc. Basically, anything you think you might need for a night.

 

  • Do I need spending money?  You may need money for airport transportation, emergencies, or some Franciscan gear. You will receive a 20% discount to the bookstore. One lunch is provided for you and all those accompanying you during your official visit, but all other meals are your responsibility.

 

  • Where can my family stay while I’m visiting? We are unable to provide on-campus accommodations for family members or friends accompanying visiting students. Family members or friends who need a place to stay can click here to see our list of accommodations in the local area.

 

  • How do I get from the airport to the campus?  Visitors are responsible for making airport transportation arrangements. Click here for a list of transportation options to and from the airport.
Visit Forms
    Visit Form - Undergraduate  
    Visit Form - Graduate