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📷 Waldron Campus Center
February 27, 2017 5-6 p.m.
Join us through a virtual information session and find out more
about Gannon University's new Master of Athletic Training (MAT)
program offered at the Ruskin, Florida campus. Representatives will
be available to review academic program information and admissions
requirements. We invite you to join us by video or phone.
Registration is required.
Individual visits are available throughout the academic year Monday through Friday on the hour between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. To schedule your visit, please contact us at 814-871-7407.
The Office of Admissions will host Information Sessions on select Saturdays. These sessions are general information sessions and are held specifically for high school juniors and/or students that have not yet applied to the University and include the following:
Register here for one of the following general Saturday Information Sessions:
***Please note that we encourage all Transfer Students and
Adult Learners to schedule a weekday visit so that we can more
specifically meet your needs.
Representatives from Gannon University's Admissions Office will
be travelling across Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey,
Michigan, Maryland and Washington DC to meet with you at your
high school or in your home area. These visits will
provide you with the opportunity to learn about our academic
programs, the admissions process, and how Gannon can help you find
your possibilities. Follow the link and search by High
School Visit or College Fair in the Event Category area to
find when we will be in your area!
High School Visit and College Fair Dates
This overnight opportunity provides an opportunity for admitted students to spend the night with a current student to find out what it is really like to eat, sleep, play and even learn on Gannon's campus. This event will be held on February 19-20, 2017.
Register for Knight with Scholars
On select Fridays and Saturdays throughout March and April admitted students will have the opportunity to learn about Gannon and meet future classmates at one of our Admitted Student Days. During their visit students will learn about class registration, the housing selection process, financial aid and more. Students will also have the opportunity to observe a class and enjoy lunch with faculty from their program of study. Register for a date below:
An opportunity for accepted and deposited students to enjoy a night all about Gannon, but in their home region! These evenings are designed to be fun and relaxing while allowing for students and parents to engage in conversations with other future Gannon students from their local area, current Gannon students, Gannon alumni and Gannon admissions representatives. We chose fun venues with great atmospheres and even better food - on Gannon's tab! Register below for the event near you!
Designed for the high school sophomore or junior just beginning the college search process, Open House is meant to give prospective students an introduction to college life. This spring session will help students find out what makes Gannon unique and provide helpful tips and hints as they begin the important next step in their education. Open House will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 and registration will open in February 2017.
Representatives from Gannon University's Admissions Office will be travelling across Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Maryland and Washington D.C. to meet with you in your home area. These visits will provide you with the opportunity to learn about our academic programs, the admissions process, and how Gannon can help you find your possibilities. Follow the link and search by College Fair in the Event Category area to find when we will be in your area.
Spring 2017 College Fair Dates
Gannon offers academic program days during the fall semester which are structured to give you a first-hand look at each of our academic colleges individually and to explore more in depth the programs that each college offers. Specific academic program days are held for the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences; the College of Engineering and Business; as well as the College of Health Professions and Sciences. Dates for Fall 2017 will be announced in July 2017.