Open House for Accepted Students

The 2017 Open House for Accepted Students will take place Saturday, April 8 and Sunday, April 9.

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April 8    April 9

 

Marist's Open House for Accepted Students is tailored specifically to the needs of accepted students. The Open House program will provide accepted students and their families an opportunity to interact with faculty, staff, current students, and alumni in order to learn more about the academic programs, financial aid, club involvement, and other special programs offered at Marist.

Schedule of Events

9-10 a.m.
Check-in (Light breakfast provided)
Academic Majors & Student Services Fair

9-9:30 a.m.
Commuter Student Life
 
9:15-9:55 a.m.
Music & Entertainment

9-9:25 a.m. and again at 9:30-9:55 a.m.
Affording a Marist Education

10-10:45 a.m.
President’s Welcome

11-12 p.m.
Academic Department Presentations

12-1 p.m.
Informal Discussions with Faculty

12:30-4 p.m.
Lunch in the Dining Hall
Passes will be provided; families may feel free to enter the Dining Hall at their leisure.

1:15-3:15 p.m.
Student Clubs & Activities Fair

1:15-3:15 p.m.
Special Panels and Presentations

1:15-1:45 p.m.

The First Year Experience (SC 3101)

Student Life and Alumni Panel (Fusco Recital Hall- MU 3201)

Marist International Opportunities (HC 2023)

One College, Many Perspectives (MU 3204)

Marist Theater Program (MU 3203)

FOCUS Program (MU 3202)

Presidential Scholars Track: Academic Opportunities & Post-Graduate Success (Nelly Goletti Theatre)

2-2:30 p.m.

Internship, Career Placement, and Post-Graduate Opportunities (SC 3101)

Student Life and Alumni Panel (Fusco Recital Hall- MU 3201)

Marist International Opportunities (HC 2023)

One College, Many Perspectives (MU 3204)

Music at Marist (MU 3203)

FOCUS Program (MU 3202)

Presidential Scholars Track: Honors Program (Nelly Goletti Theatre) 

2:45-3:15 p.m.

Mingle with Deans & Students (Hudson River Rooms- SC 3103-3105)

Internship, Career Placement, and Post-Graduate Opportunities (SC 3101)

Student Life and Alumni Panel (Fusco Recital Hall- MU 3201)

Marist International Opportunities (HC 2023)

Music at Marist (MU 3203)

FOCUS Program (MU 3202)

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FOCUS Program for Undeclared Students
Are you undeclared or thinking about different options for your major? Come learn about the FOCUS Program, which provides first-year students an easy transition into the Marist College experience. You'll obtain strategies for academic success, information about majors, and career planning options.

Internships, Career Placement, and Post-Graduate Opportunities
This session will provide information on the benefits of internships and how your undergraduate experience can prepare you for life after Marist.

Marist International Opportunities
Learn how the nationally recognized Marist Abroad Program can help you enhance your educational experience. Hear from past "world travelers" about what it's like to live and study at 80+ sites across the world, including our Florence, Italy campus.

Marist Theater Program
Learn about the opportunities in the Theater Program, including productions, backstage roles, acting courses, theater scholarships, and the minor in Theater.

Mingle with Deans and Student Researchers
Come have a conversation and refreshments with faculty and chat with current students about their undergraduate research experiences!

Music at Marist
Come learn about the exciting opportunities within our Music Department, which include the Marist College Singers, Band, Orchestra, and the minor in Music.

One College, Many Perspectives
At Marist, we foster an environment that is welcoming, safe, and inclusive for all of our community members, and celebrate our diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and contributions. Come learn about the many facets of diversity and inclusion here at Marist.

Presidential Scholars Track: Academic Opportunities and Post-Graduate Success
Hear from Dr. Thom Wermuth, VP of Academic Affairs, as well as a current Presidential Scholar regarding hands-on learning, collaborative research, and academic opportunities abroad. Also, learn about what former Presidential Scholars are doing today!

Presidential Scholars Track: Honors Program
In this session, Dr. James Snyder will provide information about Marist's highly selective Honors Program and the academic opportunities available for Honors students. Learn about special topic courses, personalized advising, and available Honors housing.

Student Life and Alumni Panel
Enjoy hiking? Want to catch a Broadway show? How about running for Student Body President?Curious about how your student experience can prepare you for life after Marist? Don't miss this session, as current students and alumni tell all!

The First Year Experience
Learn about the resources and support provided by faculty and staff for a successful transition into the Marist community during your first year.

3:30-5 p.m.
Florence Campus Reception
Campus Tours will be offered throughout the entirety of the Open House program.

Please note that the schedule will be identical on both Saturday, April 8 and Sunday, April 9.

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