Prospective freshmen, transfer students and their families are invited to take advantage of the wide array of visit opportunities taking place at Sacred Heart University this fall to check out our growing campus and interact with our helpful and friendly staff.
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 students is the best way to get a full understanding of all aspects of living and learning at SHU!
Fall Visit Opportunities
» The Pioneer Experience
An intimate look at all aspects of life at SHU including a mock freshman seminar for prospective students taught by faculty and parent-focused presentations on financial assistance and career guidance and outcomes.
» Welch Wednesdays
An in-depth look at SHU's Welch College of Business and our brand new Martire Center for Business & Communication.
» Transfer Tuesdays
Each event will include an information session, campus tour, and the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a Transfer Admissions Counselor.
Information Sessions, Tours & Interviews
» 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.