Undergraduate Admissions Office
During a campus visit at EU, students can:
Get a Firsthand View
A campus visit is your opportunity to get a firsthand view of a college. A college catalog, brochure or website can only show you so much. To really get a feel for our University, we encourage you to come walk around the quad, sit in on a class and visit the residence halls.
Get Answers to Your Questions
A visit also gives you the chance to talk to students, faculty and financial aid/ admission officers. You can get answers to important questions you may have about Edinboro University.
Get Valuable Information
Pick up any brochures and financial aid forms. Don't forget to get business cards, too, so you'll have a real, live contact if you have a question about admission or financial aid.
Decide if EU is the Right Place for You
Ultimately, it's your decision! Are you comfortable navigating around campus? Do you feel at home? Do you connect with the students and faculty? Is this atmosphere what you imagined college to be like? Spending time on a college campus helps you determine whether it is the right fit.
The Admissions Office at Edinboro University invites you and your family to visit our beautiful 585-acre campus with open fields, wooded areas and its own five-acre lake.
Sessions are held Monday through Friday, respectively, with opportunities to tour our campus and speak with an Admissions Counselor regarding your future at EU. Click here to register for a Campus Visitation Day.
These visits are scheduled around holidays and weekends with your family’s busy schedule in mind. Scots Visitation Days include an Admissions and Financial Aid presentation followed by a walking tour for you and your family. Click here to register for a Scots Visitation Day.
10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center
10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center
Get answers to all your questions as a prospective transfer student, including whether your credits from another institution will transfer with you. Prospective transfer students and families can participate in an Admissions presentation and transfer credit workshop followed by a campus tour. Click here to register for an upcoming Tartan Transfer Day.
Please meet first in Academy Hall.
The University regularly opens its doors and entire campus to welcome you to speak with faculty members from our academic departments, as well as representatives of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Residence Life and Housing. Open House tours include our Highlands residence halls, dining options and classrooms. Click here to register for an upcoming Open House.