On Made-to-Order Mondays, high school students can meet with an admissions counselor, tour campus, learn about financial aid, visit a class, meet with faculty, enjoy lunch in one of our cafeterias, and much more. The day is yours! Just let us know your preferences prior to your visit. Registration is required at least one week in advance.
If you cannot attend a Made-to-Order Monday, you can still schedule a personalized visit on any day of the week by calling 724-458-2100 or emailing the Office of Admissions.
You’ll be greeted by admissions staff in Crawford Hall (building number one on the campus map). You'll get an information packet, including your itinerary for the day, and we'll point you in the right direction for your first appointment. After your morning events, you and your accompanying guests will enjoy lunch together before resuming your afternoon activities. Feel free to stop by the Office of Admissions at the end of the day with any questions before you head home.
Once you have signed up for your visit, our staff begins coordinating your appointments. As soon as we have a full schedule confirmed for you, you’ll receive your itinerary via email. Plan to arrive at Crawford Hall 15 to 20 minutes before your first scheduled appointment. The end time of your visit will depend your requested activities. Please note: If you request a faculty visit but are not sure what you would like to major in, let us know what department you think you would benefit from meeting with the most.
How do I get to campus?
View driving directions and our campus map.
Where should I park?
Parking is available directly in front of Crawford Hall and in the lower parking lot across from Memorial Hall (building number 20 on the campus map). Parking is free and parking passes are not necessary for Admissions visitors.
Where is the Office of Admissions?
The Office of Admissions is located on the first floor of Crawford Hall (building number one on the campus map).
Are the day’s activities for both students and parents?
Question-and-answer sessions, campus tours, financial aid visits, faculty visits, and lunch are open to prospective students and accompanying guests. Classroom visits are only open to prospective students. Admissions interviews begin with the prospective student only and then parents/guardians are invited in for questions during the last 10 minutes. Accompanying guests of prospective students are welcome to explore campus, visit the Breen Student Union, or relax in the Office of Admissions while prospective students are interviewing or attending a class.
Can I meet with a varsity coach during my visit?
Yes, our coaches love to meet prospective athletes! To schedule an athletic visit, email Jordyn White, Athletic Recruiting and Event Coordinator, with your sport of interest.
Is my visit personalized for me and my family or are we part of a group?
Admissions interviews, question-and-answer sessions, and faculty visits are individual meetings between you and your family and the respective staff member. Walking campus tours, financial aid sessions, classroom visits, and lunch may include multiple guests.
How will I navigate campus on the day of my visit?
Our buildings are centrally located and easily walkable. If you aren’t certain where you need to go next, just ask! Our faculty, staff, and students are happy to help. We recommend reviewing our campus map prior to your visit to get a basic understanding of where buildings are located. You’ll also receive a paper copy in your packet when you check in for your visit. Please note: Our campus is divided by Wolf Creek into upper and lower campus. Visitors typically only have appointments on upper campus.
Do I need to bring anything with me?
If you are completing an admissions interview, we recommend bringing a resume for your own reference while meeting with your admissions counselor. If you are going on a walking campus tour, please make sure that you are dressed appropriately for the weather.
Registration is now open for the dates listed below. Be sure to select the correct date when registering.