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Action Days

Held in the fall semester, Action Days give high school students the opportunity to spend a day at Susquehanna to get an in-depth view of specific academic programs. 

Business Action Day

TBD 2014

For students interested in accounting, business, economics, finance, information systems, marketing or management, this program focuses on the rapidly changing business environment and how to prepare for it. Campus tours, lunch and career information are included. 

Science Action Day

TBD 2014

Experiments conducted with faculty and students in biochemistry, earth and environmental sciences (global warming), earth and environmental sciences (when rocks and water don"t mix), health care (anatomy), mathematics/computer science, physical chemistry, organic chemistry and psychology. Campus tours, lunch and career information are also included. 

Arts & Liberal Arts Action Day

TBD 2014

Students have the opportunity to participate in workshops and creative sessions with faculty in the fine, performing, visual, and liberal arts.  Activities will relate to acting, music, graphic design, studio art, history, modern languages, political science, prelaw, and public relations. Music students participate in a master class in instrumental and/or voice, so they should bring their instrument and a short piece to perform. Campus tours, lunch and career information are provided for all students who attend. 

Writing Action Day

TBD 2014

Workshops on college writing, creative nonfiction, critical nonfiction, fiction, film and writing, journalism, poetry, and sports journalism. Writing participants work with several published writers, one of whom is the featured speaker. Lunch and campus tours are also provided.

For more information on these programs, please contact:
Office of Admissions
(570) 372-4260
Toll free: 1-800-326-9672
Email: suadmiss@susqu.edu



Michele DeMary

Michele DeMary, Ph.D.

Michele DeMary, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Political Science

"I consider myself lucky to be a teacher here at SU, especially because I get to teach material that is so engaging."

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