Schedule Your Campus Visit
Students tell us time and again that their campus visit is the most important factor in deciding to attend Scranton. We hope you will come to campus to experience Scranton for yourself.
Please click the link above to schedule a visit online, or call us at 1-888-SCRANTON (1-888-727-2686). We will help you arrange a visit that works for you, including any of the following:
Group Information Session: This forty-five minute presentation by an admissions counselor provides an overview of the University and the admissions process, with time for questions.
Personal Appointment: This half-hour session with an admissions counselor is non-evaluative and is perfect for students and parents who may have questions about the University or want to discuss a specific situation with regard to admission. This gives us the opportunity to get to know you in a non-evaluative setting.
Campus Tour: This one-hour tour of campus, led by a student tour guide, will allow you to see the campus center, a freshman residence hall and room, athletic facilities, classrooms, the library and more. At the conclusion of this tour, visitors will have the availability to attend a half hour long tour of our Leahy Hall, which is the home for our Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Exercise Science programs.
Interviews: These are offered in January, February and March of a student's senior year, and are only for students who have applied and received notification requesting an interview. Interviews last approximately a half-hour and can be scheduled by following the directions outlined in the student's notification letter.
Faculty Meeting: Depending on the student’s academic interest, it may be possible to meet one-on-one with a faculty member. During this meeting, the faculty member would discuss the student’s intended program of study and answer any questions. This is available Monday through Friday and is based on faculty availability and the student’s visit schedule. Please call our Admissions Visitors’ Center at 570-941-6654 for assistance.
When I got on campus, it didn't feel the same as every other school. Every other school felt like a place away from home, but Scranton felt like it was going to become my new home. The people were welcoming, the community feeling was amazing. I felt love at every corner of the campus.
Krista Ziegler '16