New Admission House Offers New Opportunities for Prospective Students
Susquehanna's new Admission House opens this year on the corner of University Avenue and the entrance to the university's main parking lot. The $7 million construction project, which began last spring, is fully funded by contributions from the Board of Trustees. The 15,500-square-foot building was designed by architect Peter Bohlin of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
"The Admission House is our gateway for prospective students and their families," says Madeleine Rhyneer, vice president for enrollment and marketing. "It is a door of opportunity, and the design of this new building is consistent with the high-quality academic experience all students can expect to find at Susquehanna."