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Undergraduate: Admitted Student Visit Options

You're in – congratulations! Learn about the admitted student events we have available.

Visit Options for Admitted Students

You're in – congratulations! We've designed a number of visits with you in mind, so see for yourself the number of options available to you.

Admitted Student Weekend
April 4, 2020, or April 5, 2020

If you can only come to Marist for one visit, make it our Admitted Student Weekend. This is our most comprehensive visit program, tailored specifically to the needs of accepted students. You’ll have the opportunity to hear and see everything you need to know about the Marist experience through presentations, breakout sessions, campus tours, and more! Formal invitations will be sent to accepted students and their parents in the coming weeks.

Additional Visiting Options for Admitted Students

Admitted Student Visit Options

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shadow Days

Weekdays from February 5 - May 1, 2020

If you’re looking to get a sense of daily life for a Red Fox, the Shadow Day experience is perfect for you.  Fill out the request form on the page above, and our Student Ambassadors will work to give you an itinerary that includes class & lunch with a current student and spending free time on campus with them and their friends. By the time your Shadow Day is over, you'll have the inside scoop on what student life at Marist is all about!

Academic Information Sessions 
Select Saturdays

Academic sessions are great for a student who has a good idea of their major of interest and wants to learn more from the faculty who will teach them. These sessions are presented by the deans of our academic schools and provide a deep dive into the programs and high-impact experiences our students have, both in and out of the classroom. You’ll also have the opportunity to tour our facilities with students in these academic schools. Visit the link above for the dates each school will run its program.

Academic "Day in the Life" Programs 

Select weekdays - stay tuned for dates!

Maybe you've already done a Shadow Day or an Academic Information Session, and you want to roll up your sleeves and really dig into the major you're interested in studying to see how Marist does it. Our Day in the Life programs might be just what you're looking for! Our faculty lead these interactive, day-long programs that invite you to experience the way Marist students learn in your major of choice. You'll spend the day working in our fashion studios, or out on our environmental research vessel, or making lesson plans for 2nd graders - whatever it is, you'll see firsthand the way Marist faculty elevate the classroom experience every day. Please note: due to the interactive nature of these programs, availability and space is limited. Spring dates are still to be determined, but check back regularly for updates!

Looking for a more general overview of the campus?

We welcome you to come for an information session and tour (led by admission staff and students), or just a tour of campus (led by our student guides). These are our most regularly offered programs—we even have them on weekends!—so there are plenty of opportunities for you to come see Marist for yourself. Our Admission staff is available to speak with you during any of our visit programs, so don’t hesitate to ask for us when you’re on campus if there is anything we can help you with as you make your decision.

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Looking for something else?

If none of these options work for you, or if there is anything else we can do to assist you, feel free to call us at 845-575-3226 or email at admission@marist.edu and we’d be happy to help! Congratulations again on your acceptance!