Professors are delivering instruction online through the remainder of the semester. SU updates and resources regarding COVID-19 are posted here.
The situation around COVID-19 is constantly evolving. The information below reflects Susquehanna University’s best information as of the time posted. We will continue to update this site as information becomes available, so please revisit often.
Updated March 25, 12:00 p.m.
Can I still visit campus and sign up for events?
In the interest of our community’s health and safety, all upcoming visits and spring Admission events (Susquehanna Success Day and Susquehanna First Look) have been cancelled. High school sophomores and juniors, as well as students interested in transferring, are encouraged to sign up to attend one of our summer open houses. In lieu of an in-person visit, please sign up for a virtual visit, take a virtual tour of our magnificent campus and be sure to follow us on social (Class of 2024 Facebook Group | Admission Instagram | ZeeMee | SU Facebook | SU Instagram | SU Twitter).
Has the enrollment deposit deadline been extended?
Yes. Susquehanna will accept enrollment deposits from first-year students through June 1, 2020. Although the deadline has been extended, we urge you to deposit as soon as you have made the wonderful decision to attend Susquehanna. Once paid, you will see a new checklist in your River Hawk Portal and can begin taking all of the steps necessary to prepare for enrollment. This will involve working with an advisor to plan your classes, getting your room and roommate assignments, and registering for Orientation for New Students & Families. Campus personnel will start building class schedules and assigning housing in early May. If you are unsure about finalizing your decision, let us help! We’re here to assist you in finding answers to any and all questions and concerns you may have.
I want to pay my enrollment deposit but I can't pay $500 right now. Will you reduce the deposit amount?
Please contact your Admission Counselor (their contact information is also in your River Hawk Portal) to discuss your individual situation. Remember, the enrollment deposit will be credited to your student account; it is not an additional fee.
I would like to talk with a professor or student in my academic area of interest. How can I set that up?
Please contact your Admission Counselor (their contact information is also in your River Hawk Portal) and they will be able to connect you with someone to discuss your interests.