Top 5 Reasons You Can't Miss Admitted Student Days

Michelle Eggink, Assistant Director of Content Marketing & Communications

March 26, 2024 – Admitted Student Days are approaching! These one-day events April 6, 7, and 13 are the perfect opportunity for admitted students and their families to get the full Marist experience before securing their spot in the Class of 2028.

Here are five reasons you do not want to miss a Marist Admitted Student Day. There’s still time to register!

You Get to Experience Life as a Red Fox

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Frankie the Fox in the Marist Dining Hall. Photo by Carlo de Jesus/Marist College.

Eat in the dining hall, tour residence halls, and chat with other future Red Foxes. Visit our Student Club and Activities Fair, which include representatives from student service offices and our almost 100 student clubs and organizations. You can also join breakout sessions on topics including student life panels, the first-year experience, study abroad, and more!

You’ll Discover Just How Immersive Academics are At Marist

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Admitted Student Day academic presentation. Photo by Carlo de Jesus/Marist College.

Faculty from all departments and deans from Marist’s six academic schools will present about unique academic offerings, from classroom instruction to hands-on learning. Those admitted to Marist can easily combine majors, minors, and concentrations to gain valuable occupational expertise while pursuing diverse combinations of study.

You Can Take an Exclusive Tour of the New Dyson Center

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Dyson Center aerial view. Photo by Carlo de Jesus/Marist College.

Admitted students will have the exclusive opportunity to tour the brand-new Dyson Center, set to open this fall. As you tour around the expansive three-story Atrium, you’ll get a sneak peek at the facility’s state-of-the-art spaces for learning, collaboration, and hanging out with classmates. These include a new student-run cafe, an entrepreneurship lab, and a mock courtroom.

Interest in Marist Grows! This year, Marist has attracted a broad applicant pool from throughout the U.S. and abroad, as demonstrated by a notable increase in undergraduate applications for this incoming class.

You’ll Be Able to Get a Head Start on Your Hudson Valley “Must See” List

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Marist students on Walkway Over the Hudson. Photo by Carlo de Jesus/Marist College.

There’s a reason TIME magazine called the region one of the “world’s greatest places.” Whether you’re around for just the day or the whole weekend, you can start building your “must-see and do” list before you get to campus this fall. Check out Dutchess County Tourism and Travel Hudson Valley for great nuggets and recommendations for off-campus fun.

You Can Ring the Bell!

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New Red Fox ringing the deposit bell. Photo by Matthew Moraski ‘23/Marist College.

Ringing the bell symbolizes ringing in a new chapter and securing your spot in the Red Fox Family! You’ll hear the bell ringing throughout the rotunda all day during our Admitted Student Day programs, signaling a new Red Fox has just officially joined the pack. Are you ready?

Admitted Student Days are scheduled for April 6, 7, and 13; the same program is offered on each day. You can still sign up and view the full-day schedule.

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