College Information Sessions & Open Houses
Baruch College - CUNY
We will be hosting virtual events to connect you and your students with Baruch admissions advisors, student organizations, campus programs, athletics, and more.
In-person campus tours and information sessions are currently on pause due to COVID-19; however, we invite you to take a self-guided tour using our interactive map. Visitors are permitted to walk around campus as long as they follow social distancing directives and wear a face covering. At this time, buildings are closed to the public. We are also offering a variety of virtual tours and sessions.
When you visit campus for an information session and student-led tour, chat with our student ambassadors online, or experience a virtual tour of campus, you'll have a front-row seat as you explore this place we call home.
This combination of in-person and virtual visit offerings means you can learn more about Bucknell in the way that fits you and your family best.
And don't miss Build Your Bucknell, a different kind of fall open house, offered in-person and online from Oct. 6 to Nov. 19.
Find the visit experience that's right for you below. We hope to see you soon — either on campus or online.
Centenary Virtual Open House registration page and our link to schedule a campus tour.
We have launched a variety of virtual opportunities for students to learn about Holy Cross, engage with our current students, and ask questions about the admission process. A series of Fall Open House Webinars, will take place every Sunday for the next five weeks at 7 p.m. EST. This webinar series, which is taking the place of an in-person Open House, will feature student and faculty panelists discussing a different aspect of campus or academic life at Holy Cross each week. Each webinar will have live closed captioning available, and will also be archived on our website for later viewing.
County College of Morris
CCM is committed to staying connected with students during this most unique time.
We are pleased to share the links to the upcoming Virtual Open House on November 14th.
The first Open House was a great success and we are looking forward to welcoming another interested groups of students to this program.
This feature will enable students to meet individually, via Zoom, with a CCM Admission staff member.
Our hope is that this will give students the opportunity to experience a more personal connection to the CCM community.
We continue to add to our virtual visit offerings using student feedback from a recent survey. Check out our regional events to see what’s available for students in your area and encourage students to “choose their own adventure” in our virtual Fall Open House programs.
EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
Join Brown, UChicago, Columbia, Cornell and Rice for a virtual information session for prospective students and their families. Sessions include a brief overview of each institution, information on admissions and financial aid, and a chance to ask questions of admissions representatives. You must register to attend. We look forward to meeting you this fall!
In addition to the programming provided for students and their families, the EEE partner schools also host counselor events. In these sessions, local school and community-based organization counselors learn about the individual institutions and have an opportunity to ask questions of the admissions representatives.
Please register for the virtual event that best suits your schedule.
As we consider the different learning environments your students may be experiencing this fall, we at Fordham want to provide as much support and access as possible for your students to engage with us. In lieu of our regular in-person travel, we're providing a menu of virtual visit options.
Gather with Georgetown Admissions Staff and current Hoyas for a Virtual Information Session. Available Monday-Friday of each week, these sessions provide information about Georgetown's four undergraduate schools, campus life, and the admissions process. Be sure to take a campus tour.
Exploring College Options-Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, & Stanford
We welcome your students to register for an Exploring College Options event. The presentation provides an introduction about four great universities and preparing for the admissions process during this time of challenge and change. Additional Exploring College Options events aimed at students and parents are planned for later in 2020.
Learn more about life on the Hilltop! Throughout the summer, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting virtual student panels designed to connect prospective Hoyas with current undergraduate students. Please follow this link to sign up for an upcoming panel and come ready with all of your questions! Student panels are scheduled for Friday afternoons in July and August.
GAAP-Georgetown Admissions Ambassador Program
Coffee and Chat-Virtual meet-ups with current undergraduates
Jesuit Values and Traditions
In this workshop, we will explore how financial aid works, the process for applying, and the different types of aid available (merit scholarships and need-based aid). The session will be led by Lindsey Weibley, Financial Aid Counselor, and Darryl Jones, Senior Associate Director of Admissions.
To learn more visit www.marist.edu/hrcc. We encourage you to share this exciting event with your students, and welcome you to join any presentations that are of interest to you.
https://www.loyola.edu/admission/undergraduate/virtual-experiences. We are offering a number of department-specific academic webinars, student panels, online information sessions, virtual tours, and more! Students are also welcome to set up an informal online interview with me if they have questions: https://admission.loyola.edu/portal/online-interviews-rlvincent.
- Online High School Visits
- Weekly Online Information Sessions
- Virtual Campus Tours
- 1-on-1 Video Chats with Admission Counselors
One on One Appointment Calendar
Scheduling an On Campus Visit
Virtual Campus Tour
Connect with me: In lieu of in-person school visits and as a way to reduce the number of virtual school visits, we have created opportunities for students to connect with their regional admissions counselor. Please find your regional admissions counselor here and click on their name to see their available meeting times. Your counselor’s link may be useful to post in Naviance, or whatever software you may use to connect your students with colleges and universities. These casual 30-45 minute sessions will feature some basic information about Middlebury (and sometimes a guest appearance from a current student) and provide students with a space to ask questions about Middlebury and the college application process as they would if we were meeting face to face at your schools.
“Join our Journey” and hear directly from Middebury seniors: Several times each week, we are offering opportunities for you to join our Senior Admissions Fellows as they reflect on their own inspiring journeys to and through Middlebury. Most of each session will be devoted to answering student questions. As a complement to these online sessions, we also suggest watching this recorded 30-minute informational presentation about Middlebury College.
Watch a Wednesday Webinar: Covering a different topic each week, our weekly Wednesday Webinars feature admissions counselors, current students, alumni, staff, and faculty members who are happy to speak about their varied Middlebury experiences and answer questions from prospective students and their families. You can find recordings of past webinars here.
Chat one-on-one: We are always more than happy to connect with students and/or counselors one-on-one via phone or a Zoom call. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if we can assist you in any way!
Sunday, November 8th
Hear from our Deans and current Red Hawks about all the unique opportunities available to you, learn more about your academic interests and join us for a virtual campus tour to see why Montclair State is the right school for you!
Register for the date that works best for you:
Experience campus from the comfort of your home. Our new virtual campus experience brings New York City and NYU to you. See yourself on campus as you explore our residence halls, academic buildings, student life center, and libraries with commentary from current students, staff, & faculty.
Pace offers live virtual campus tours of our New York City and Westchester Campus where our tour guides are on campus giving students a glimpse of campus life while logged on. We also have Walking Tours in New York City and Driving Tours in Westchester, where students can come to campus to get a feel for campus life.
We are also hosting a virtual Open House for students to connect with current Pace students, staff, and faculty. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the university and potentially qualify for an application fee waiver! Our Virtual Regional Events are also a great way to hear from current students and connect with admissions.
Lastly, our Webinar Series allows students to learn more about campus life, learn about how to file the FAFSA, and hear about our program for students with learning differences.
Pennsylvania College of Technology. At Penn College, our students use hands-on education to gain real world experience, creating better tomorrows for themselves and the industries they're studying.
Hopefully your students were able to join me in September for a virtual information session, but if not, we still have other dates available. The dates and times of the sessions are:
- Monday, November 2nd at 6:00 PM
- Saturday, November 7th at 1:30 PM
- Wednesday, November 18th at 4:30 PM
- Saturday, December 5th at 9:00 AM
- Thursday, December 17th at 4:30 PM
To register for the information session, students should click on the date they would like to select. Once a student registers, a link for the session will be sent to them in a confirmation email.
- Virtual Events: We have added more virtual sessions, including an Application Advice Series that may be helpful for seniors considering Rice. Now that it’s easier than ever to learn about Rice, we encourage students to sign up for a session that interests them.
- Return to Rice: While campus is still not open to visitors, we have welcomed some students back to campus as we offer classes in-person and virtually this semester. Check out our O-Week video to see what Rice students have done to the transition safe but fun!
- Virtual Campus Tour led by current student
- Information Session with admission counselor and current student
- Interviews with admission counselor and/or current student
Rutgers Virtual events
Join us from the safety and comfort of your own home. Hear from current students and faculty on what it’s like to be a Scarlet Raider.
6 PM–8 PM
Due to the coronavirus, we’ve modified our traditional campus visit offerings and assembled several new options to help you experience SMCM from the comforts of your own home:
Check out all of our online opportunities below. And don’t forget, when you participate (either in-person or virtually) in three or more official admission events, you’ll qualify for our $1,500 Campus Visit Grant renewable for all of your four years at St. Mike’s.
Students wishing for more information can go to https://forms.gle/MidEGBDKowQCmeyZ7
Join us for these upcoming LIVE events! https://admissions.sdsu.edu/tours_events/virtual-visits
Attend some of our upcoming "Ask an Aztec" sessions offered on Wednesdays. You can go to this link to RSVP: https://sdsu.askadmissions.net/Portal/EI/GroupUrl?gid=530459443bef11ee51468ba0bb967a479223c0
For more details about the SDSU application process, be sure to check out the SDSU Admissions Handbook: https://admissions.sdsu.edu/_resources/pdf/handbook/2021-admissions-handbook.pdf
Applying to SDSU: https://admissions.sdsu.edu/freshmen/apply
Cost of Attendance: https://admissions.sdsu.edu/about_sdsu/costs_of_attendance
Fall 2021 Prospective Students: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/freshman/Pages/first-time-freshman-guidance.aspx
A-G Requirements: https://admissions.sdsu.edu/freshmen/apply/a-g_courses
SDSU Fast Facts: https://admissions.sdsu.edu/about_sdsu/fast_facts
SDSU Campus Tour Brochure: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/freshman/Pages/first-time-freshman-guidance.aspx
Cal State Apply Freshman Guidance https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/freshman/Pages/first-time-freshman-guidance.aspx
With world-class academics, a beautiful campus, and a fun and vibrant community, there’s so much to experience at Seton Hall University. This fall, encourage your students to experience what great minds can do during one of Seton Hall’s Virtual Open House events.
We have four dates reserved for these live, online-only events: register today.
- November 22nd
As an innovative women's college, Smith links the power of the liberal arts to excellence in research and scholarship, developing leaders for society's changes. Although Smith remains closed to visitors, we are here to help you and your students to learn what makes Smith an exceptional college choice.
Smith, has put together a full slate of virtual offerings including:
- Online interviews
- Virtual Information Sessions
- Drop-in hours with admission officers
- Multiple Fall Open House events
- Virtual Information and Engagement Workshops (VIEWS) designed to offer students the opportunity to learn more about unique aspects of the Smith experience.
Stockton University - Virtual Open House
During our Virtual Open House, learn about all Stockton has to offer, from Admissions to Student Life and everything in between...all from the comfort of your own home!
See for yourself why so many students choose Stockton.
The School of Health Sciences is home to four undergraduate majors, two minors and six graduate programs. Our undergraduate programs prepare students to pursue graduate study in clinical disciplines including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and communications disorders (speech therapy), as well as non-clinical programs such as public health, exercise science, and healthcare administration. Our interdisciplinary curriculum will provide you with opportunities to learn across disciplines. Attend our Virtual Open House
SUNY - The State University of New York
Information Sessions Include:
- Which SUNY are You?
- Financial Aid
- The Arts at SUNY
- Transferring to SUNY
- Health Sciences at SUNY
Fall High School ‘Visits’ for Students
This Place Will Change Your Life
We know that fall visits are an essential part of the college discovery process. But we also know that students are “zoomed” out. In place of our usual Admissions PowerPoint presentation, current SUNY Oswego students will lead brief 30-minute sessions that will focus on student experiences. Your students can also learn more about a unique social media competition. Lastly, our counselor will wrap up with information about the admissions process.
These sessions are an excellent way for students to demonstrate interest in SUNY Oswego and will only be available for a limited amount of time this fall. So please encourage them to sign up soon. Students can register to attend at: www.oswego.edu/admissions/
Connections for Parents and Family
Road to Oz Power Hours
Parents and support members of students are invited to join us for weekly meetings on Wednesdays at noon EST for lunchtime “Power Hours” where we will cover topics that relate to SUNY Oswego and the college admissions process. Browse programs and sign up to attend at: www.oswego.edu/admissions/
For rising seniors, please view this blog by Tulane's Admissions team - this will assist them in answering (or not answering) the new COVID-19 question on the Common App. You can view it here.
Discover Union: Virtual Open Houses
Thursdays at 7 p.m.
This hour-long program provides the opportunity to learn more about Union College from a variety of voices, including faculty and current students. At 8 p.m., participants can stay in the session for a virtual tour of Union's campus with one of our student guides.
Weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
During these sessions, an admissions dean gives an overview of the College and answers questions.
Weekdays at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.
Interviews are recommended at Union, and are available now for current high school juniors.
Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and Saturdays at 11 a.m.
Student tour guides offer live narrated versions of the virtual tour, while answering questions and sharing their Union stories.
Note: A self-guided version of the virtual tour is accessible 24/7. A short video tour of campus highlighting “must see” stops is also available.
Please sign up for a Virtual Information Session and select a date to attend. Then click on the Eller Virtual Information Session.
The Tuesday sessions will cover academics (majors, classes, resources, our Professional Admissions, and Advanced Standing processes). The Friday sessions will focus on outside the classroom topics such as how to get involved, career placement resources, and outcomes. All Eller sessions will include:
- PowerPoint slides with bullet points to follow along
- An Eller staff member describing the information (live)
- A chat function for asking questions during or following each session
Explore UCLA's historic campus, tradition of academic excellence, vibrant student body and vast array of resources and opportunities. Whether you are able to visit us in person or virtually, we have several options available to help you create the experience that best suits your needs.
Come see for yourself; there are lots of ways to visit us.
University of California - Santa Cruz
We’re excited to announce that UC Santa Cruz will be opening its doors virtually on Saturday, November 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time for our first-ever LIVE Virtual Open House!
In this cross-campus event, you, your students, and their families will get to experience a wide range of presentations and interactions, including:
- Faculty presentations from some of our most popular majors
- A Student Life panel
- Demonstrations of our interdisciplinary approach to learning and research
Students can register here
U MASS - Lowell
We’re excited to invite your students to Junior Preview Day. This event has passed but you can still view on line.
Open House sessions will be available either in the morning or in the afternoon.
IN-PERSON AND VIRUTAL VISITS
We recognize how important visiting campus is to ensure UHart is the right fit for your students. That's why we are excited to offer modified campus tours. Adhering to all necessary safety precautions and social distancing guidelines, guests will be required to wear a mask and groups will be limited in size. The majority of the walking tour will be outside with limited access to campus buildings. But don't worry, students will still get a feel for what life is like at UHart just by walking around our beautiful 350-acre campus.
In addition to our limited on-campus tours, we also offer virtual guided tours with our admission staff. Students can enjoy an interactive tour of UHart's campus on Tuesdays or Thursdays. They will have questions answered live, receive real-time accounts from current students, and explore the campus alongside one of our tour guides.
Visit hartford.edu/visit to learn more.
University of Michigan-
Please take a look at our Virtual Resources page filled with online opportunities to connect live with Admissions counselors, U-M students, and faculty.
We are currently offering in-person visits to campus Monday through Saturday and some Sundays. We are limiting each session to a maximum of six families, conducting an information session outside under a heated tent, and offering smaller, student guided tours. The link above will lay out all of the safety measures we’ve instituted and allow students to register for a visit.
Thursday, November 12th, 4:00-6:30 p.m. PT
The Virtual Open House will be the most comprehensive virtual event for prospective undergraduate applicants. It will include an admissions presentation, current student panel and faculty panel. Students will be able to ask questions they may have about the School of Cinematic Arts and the application process. (Please note this will be the same programming as the October 15th Open House)
Prospective students are encouraged to check out the wide array of virtual programs we have created to introduce them to USC—including first-year information sessions, regional student panels, both live and self-paced online tours of campus, and student ambassador panels in which current USC students share their experiences.
Follow the Official USC Undergraduate Admission Blog for information, advice, and a behind-the-scenes look at our process.
Students may have an interest in a STEM/STEAM program and we want to make sure they are led in the right direction. To assist with this, we have a number of new virtual events. These events will consist of admission information, faculty roundtables, and student hosted live chats. To register for these events, please go to viterbi.live/events.
The University of San Diego is coming to you - virtually! We invite you to join us for a Virtual Regional Admission Event, occurring throughout the month of October. These admission events will allow you to learn more about USD's academics, life on campus, the University’s holistic admissions process, USD's move to a test-blind admission process, financial aid and scholarship opportunities, as well as meet with current students and alumni from the area.
Interested students, can register directly by going to student-registration website.
We look forward to answering your questions about USD and giving you an inside look at the Torero experience!
Don't forget! USD has many other virtual college fairs and events that you and your students can join. Visit Toreros @ Virtual College Fairs to register!
University of Vermont
Virtual Visit Options: We are the school you've been looking for.
Start your virtual journey here! We encourage you to begin your exploration of UVM with a Virtual Information Session. Then, consider taking a virtual campus tour and viewing what’s happening on our social media channels. You can also schedule a chat with your Admission Counselor or one of our student Advocats, who will be able to answer all of your questions. Each time you visit you will interact with new faces and learn more about the UVM experience and beyond. We can’t wait to meet you!
University of Virginia
Greetings from the Virtual UVA team! We hope this note finds you healthy and safe. We wanted to let you know that we will be holding a Virtual Event Series October 19 – 22, geared toward prospective students. Throughout the week, our admission deans and current students will provide insights about the admission and financial process, the student experience, our academic programs, and the student resources available across the University.
Students may view the calendar and register for events here.
Please note that space is limited. For students who are not able to attend live, we will post recordings of each session on our website.
The School of Architecture welcomes prospective students and their families to engage with us through a variety of opportunities. The experience of visiting us online will help to bring to life the dynamic community that we colloquially refer to as the A-School. Join us at one of our upcoming virtual events and reach out to us with any questions you may have about our programs.
Do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions about how to connect with the School of Architecture. Reach us at a-school-admissions@virginia.
Please share the following opportunities to learn more about the UVA School of Architecture with your students.
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS
Information sessions provide prospective students with a chance to learn more about the School of Architecture and their programs of interest
- Friday, November 20
All Information Sessions will be held from 11AM – 12PM (ET).
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
VIRTUAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT CHATS
Join our undergraduate Student Ambassadors for an informal conversation about life as an A-School student.
- Friday, November 20
All Chats will be held from 6PM - 7PM (ET).
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
- eligible for an admissions decision at the conclusion of the program
- campus resources presentations
- student organizations presentations
- financial aid workshop
- peer mentorship
- virtual campus tour
Part one is the Open House hosted by Undergraduate Admissions. It is optional, but strongly encouraged, and has a separate registration. Part two is Campus Connection Day, which provides you the opportunity to learn more about the African-American, Latinx and First-Generation student experiences at Virginia Tech. This includes learning about the opportunities and resources we have available for you, such as our Cultural and Community Centers, Student Opportunities and Achievement Resources program (SOAR), Living-Learning Programs and much more.
The schedule can be viewed here. Each track will have the same schedule, but the identity of the specific track you choose will be highlighted throughout the program. We understand you may identify with more than one track, but for purposes of the program please choose the one you identify with the most or would like to learn more about.
Explore Yale from Home
We invite students to...
- Join a Virtual Information Session co-hosted by an admissions officer and a Yale student.
- Ask Yale students anything in a Virtual Student Forum - a live Q&A session with no admissions officers or parents.
- Explore Yale's exceptional science and engineering programs in a Virtual STEM Student Forum with current Yale STEM majors who conduct research in some of Yale's 1,200+ labs.
Welcome to Coast to Coast, a joint travel partnership among Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of California-Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University. Because each of our institutions practices holistic admissions within a highly selective environment, we have partnered to offer insight into the seemingly complex admissions process. We hope you will join us for the program most convenient for you.
Please note, the Coast to Coast program is intended to be an introduction to each of our institutions, as well as a discussion on holistic admission, financial aid and admission in the time of COVID. The last portion of the program includes question and answer. For more specific information about our institutions, please visit our websites or arrange a virtual visit.
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