Fall Visit Opportunities
The fall 2014 semester at SHU offers an exciting array of visit opportunities for prospective freshmen (including high school juniors) and transfer students! Attend an Open House program for an overview of academics and student involvement, take advantage of our daily tours and information sessions or check out some of our more targeted events for specific colleges or transfer students. These informative visit programs are the perfect way to check out our growing campus, meet SHU students and staff and have your questions answered as you navigate the college application process. We invite you to attend as many different events as you like and look forward to showing you why Sacred Heart University is a wonderful place to be!
Undergraduate Admissions Events
» Fall Open Houses
Uncover key information about SHU academic programs and options for involvement on and off campus, as well as academic and career services.
» John F. Welch College of Business "Welch Wednesdays"
Get an in-depth look at SHU's AACSB-accredited John F. Welch College of Business including academics, the Welch Experience, global study opportunities and more.
» The Pioneer Experience
Experience a more hands-on overview of the life of a SHU student by attending a mock freshman seminar as well as intimate sessions on your student life areas of interest.
» Transfer Tuesdays
Discover the ins and outs of Transfer Admissions at SHU and meet one-on-one with a Transfer Admissions Counselor.
» Tours & Information Sessions Fall 2014
Options include weekdays and Saturdays.
» Group Tours
For large groups including high school classes, educational programs, organizations or businesses.
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.