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    On-Campus Visits

    The best way to get to know Allegheny — and for us to get to know you — is by spending time on campus.

    We also encourage you to see our virtual sessions here.

    Campus Tours

    These customized walking tours of campus, led by a current Allegheny College student guide, last approximately one hour. We recommend that you sign up for a counselor session along with your campus tour. A visit with a tour and counselor/information session will last about two hours.

    Information Sessions
    Information sessions serve as an informal, informative conversation with an admissions staff member. The time is used to discuss the opportunities at Allegheny and the admission process. Prospective students should come prepared to discuss their interest in Allegheny and their questions. These sessions typically last about 45 minutes, with an opportunity for family members to join at the end and ask questions.

    Admitted Student Days
    Join us for an Admitted Student Day on Monday, February 20, Saturday, March18Friday, March 31, and Saturday, April 15. These special events for admitted students feature faculty-led class experiences, chances to explore research, student success, financial aid, residence life and more, plus specialty tours for first-time visitors and returners alike.

    Spring Open House
    Join us on Saturday, April 29 for an open house. This special event for all students and their families features a fair focusing on academics and various campus clubs, plus a campus tour, and information on admissions and financial aid.

    Group Visits
    Group visits, available Monday through Friday, are designed for high school student groups  interested in learning about Allegheny College. Topics covered will include: the value of studying the liberal arts and sciences, experiential learning and student life, the application process, financial aid and scholarships. All groups must include one chaperone for every 10 students. Complete our form to begin planning your visit.

    Visitor Center
    You can find links to our recommended local accommodations, directions to campus and more in our visitor's center. Before visiting you can take a virtual tour and learn more about our hometown, Meadville, PA.

    In an effort to promote the health and well being of our entire community, we ask students, faculty, staff, and visitors to be respectful and not travel to campus if they are ill, have been in contact with someone that has been ill in the past 14 days. Unvaccinated guests will be required to wear masks during their time on campus. 



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