Spring 2015 Visit Opportunities
The spring 2015 semester at SHU offers a variety of opportunities for admitted students, students in the midst of completing the admission process and prospective freshmen and transfer students to visit our growing campus and interact with our helpful and friendly staff. Below is information on the variety of events being offered, with admitted student events focused on our academic colleges, regional receptions and opportunities for prospective students to tour the campus and meet with admissions representatives. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Admitted Student Days
» Final Admitted Student Day
Join us for this final opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, and current students and take a closer look at the student life experience at SHU.
Targeted Events for Admitted Students
» Dance Team Tryouts
Students interested in joining the SHU Dance Team for the fall 2015 semester are invited to come to campus for tryouts.
Prospective Student Events
» Spring Preview Day
For high school sophomores and juniors, an in-depth look at all aspects of living and learning at SHU.
» Welch Wednesday
An intimate and informative look at SHU's AACSB-accredited Jack Welch College of Business.
» Spring 2015 Tours & Information Sessions
Options include weekdays, Saturdays and some Sundays.
Where is Sacred Heart University?
Conveniently located in Fairfield, Connecticut, just 55 miles northeast of New York City, Sacred Heart University is situated in the center of corporate America and is easily accessible by automobile, bus, train and airplane. The hustle and bustle of big city life in NYC and Boston is not far from Fairfield – nor is the natural beauty of Connecticut's scenic coastline, providing a variety of experience few private liberal arts colleges can match.
Beyond the opportunities for learning and living on the Sacred Heart University campus, Fairfield County offers a remarkable variety of cultural and recreational activities—and if you're looking for employment, it's home to numerous Fortune 500 companies. From museums and historical sites, to shopping and theater, Fairfield County is a great place to call home.