Events & Visit Opportunities
If you'd like to register for a Physician Assistant Information Session, click here.
We can’t wait to meet you!
Thank you for your interest in visiting Seton Hill. We offer many different ways to explore Seton Hill. Use the “Plan Your Visit” or other event links on this page to customize your visit to suit your individual needs, or to reserve a spot for a special event. If you don’t see what you need, or have any questions, just let us know!
Individual Campus Visits
The Seton Hill Admissions Team provides personalized visits tailored to each student’s individual needs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Individual appointments are scheduled around group campus tours at 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. In addition to your tour, you will meet with your admissions counselor and can also request to meet with a financial aid representative, coach or faculty member. During the fall and spring semesters you may request to observe a class. (Classroom observation is unavailable for the Physician Assistant program; interested students are encouraged to attend an information session, coordinated through Seton Hill's Office of Graduate and Adult Studies.)
Campus Visits Cannot Be Scheduled on the Following Dates:
December 10 - January 21 - Winter break - limited options available
Visit Seton Hill on a weekend!
Seton Hill Griffin Guides will be giving guided tours of the campus and our Admissions Team will be providing information about the programs we offer, the application process, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities.
Members of the faculty and coaching staff will not be available to meet during Griffin Days.
Are you interested in experiencing campus life first-hand?
High school seniors can register for one of our Overnight Opportunity dates. You will stay with a current student in a residence hall, eat in Lowe Dining Hall (meals provided) and attend classes.
As an overnight guest, you will:
Class schedules and other options will be tailored for each overnight guest. Registration is limited to six students.