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Visit Susquehanna

Special Visit Days at Susquehanna

Fall Open Houses

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We invite you to visit our campus to discover all that Susquehanna has to offer.

 

Schedule a Personalized Visit

The Office of Admissions is open throughout the year for guided campus tours and individual interviews on weekdays, and on Saturdays during the academic year. To get the most of your visit, you can:

  • Take a campus tour led by a current student
  • Interview with an admissions counselor
  • Visit a class or lab
  • Talk with professors and coaches
  • Attend a theatre production, lecture, music concert or sporting event
  • Stay overnight in a residence hall with a current student (for accepted students only)

To schedule your personalized campus visit, complete this online form or call the Office of Admissions at 570-372-4260.

Susquehanna also welcomes groups from schools and organizations throughout the year for Group Visits.  


Attend a Special Visit Program

The Office of Admissions also hosts special visit days throughout the year. Reserve your space at an upcoming event.

Open Houses

  • Monday, Nov. 3, 2014
  • Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014


Plan Your Trip

Our GPS address for the Office of Admissions is 514 University Ave., Selinsgrove, PA 17870. Visitor parking is available near the building.
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While you’re here, save some time to go off campus, where the Susquehanna Valley’s picturesque towns and awesome natural attractions are yours to explore. Find out more about: 
Things to Do in Selinsgrove
Things to Do in the Valley

 

 

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