In the spirit of community that remains such a vital part of life at SHU, we believe that spending time on campus with our faculty, staff and current students is the best way to get a full understanding of all aspects of living and learning at SHU and look forward to seeing you soon!
Information Sessions, Tours & Interviews
For prospective freshmen and transfer students (including current sophomores and juniors in high school):
» Fall Tours, Information Sessions and Interviews
Options include weekdays and select Saturdays and Sundays.
» Group Tours and Information Sessions
Select weekday and weekend visit opportunities for high school groups of 10 or more.
» Virtual Campus Tour and Interactive Campus Map
View our campus without ever leaving your home!
Fall Visit Opportunities
For prospective freshmen and transfer students:
» Marching Band Day – October 29, 2016
A fun and engaging day with the SHU Marching Band for students in grades 9-12, including the opportunity to perform with the Band during the football game halftime show!
» Fall Open Houses - October 30, 2016 & November 13, 2016
Learn more about academics, involvement and career development at SHU and meet faculty, staff and current students.
» Pioneer Academic Days - November 18, 2016, December 2, 2016 & December 9, 2016
A more targeted look at academics within your college of interest and involvement options at SHU.
» Dance Day - November 19, 2016
Come take a closer look at the dance opportunities available at SHU.
» Pioneer Cheerleading Event - November 19, 2016
An in-depth look at the Sacred Heart University Cheerleading program.
» Transfer Open House - November 22, 2016
A special event for prospective transfer students to gather information about living and learning at SHU.
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.