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Schedule a Visit to Campus

Visiting our friendly community with your family and friends is the best way to discover your fit at Saint Joseph’s College.  We offer personal visits, group visit days, discover days, and scholarship days.  Whichever option you choose, we are dedicated to providing you with a great campus visit experience.

Personal Visit

All personal visits include:

    • 30 minute meeting with an Admissions Counselor
    • 50-60 minute walking tour of campus

During your weekday visit, you may also choose to: 

    • Meet with Student Financial Services, Campus Ministry, professors, students, and/or Campus Involvement Grant directors.
    • Sit in on a class and have lunch in our Cafe. 

Schedule your Personal Visit! 


Private College Week

Visit Saint Joseph's College during Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) Private College Week! SJC is one of 31 independent colleges in Indiana. Each visit this week includes the following:

  • Campus tour and meeting with Admissions Counselor
  • Optional meeting with Student Financial Services
  • Bring a copy of your high school transcripts and ACT or SAT scores for unofficial admission and scholarship evaluation
  • All family members/guests who visit will receive a gift

Date: Monday, July 18 - Friday, July 22

Time: 10:00 AM or 1:00 PM CDT (Additional times available upon request)

RSVP for Private College Week


Puma Exploration Night

The Admissions team, faculty, and staff at SJC look forward to your participation in our Puma Exploration Night - where you will have the opportunity to go from the beginning steps of admission to the final steps of enrolling in fall courses without the need to attend a separate Registration Event.

  • Learn about our nationally recognized Core Program, financial aid, career services, student academic support services, and student life
  • Engage with professors and college personnel
  • Tour our beautiful campus
  • Receive an on-site Admission decision*
  • With an acceptance to the College and a paid enrollment deposit - advisers will be available to help you select fall courses

RSVP is required on or before June 16th - for students who plan to submit an enrollment deposit and register for classes.

SJC is pleased to offer you this unique opportunity to learn more about us and solidify your college decision for fall!

*High school students seeking to be admitted and enrolled during this event must provide official high school transcript and ACT and/or SAT scores.

**Transfer students seeking to be admitted and enrolled during this event must provide official college transcripts from all colleges attended.

Date: Monday, June 20th

Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM CDT

RSVP for Puma Exploration Night


Individual Overnight Visit

During an individual overnight visit, you will be paired with a current student. We will try our best to pair you with a student who has similar interests as you. You will experience dorm life, eating in our Dining Hall, a class or two with your host student, and any other fun activity that may be going on at the time of your visit. Visits are held Sunday-Thursday.

Come back for an Individual Overnight Visit in Fall 2016!


High School Group or Community Organization Visits

If you are interested in bringing a group of students to visit our campus, this is the visit for you!

More Information

Schedule Your Group Visit!


Group Visit Days

Group visit days provide students the opportunity to visit campus with other prospective students.  Most group visit days offer a campus tour, presentations from Admissions and Financial Aid, and information on our nationally acclaimed Core program.  Upcoming Group Visit Days

TRANSFER-mation Day

- For Transfer students only -

Date: Saturday, June 18th

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT

RSVP for TRANSFER-mation Day


Discover Days

Discover Days are a group visit opportunity for students to learn more about specific academic programs or areas of student life. Discover Day visits may include a campus tour, presentations from Admissions, Financial Aid, and the specified academic program or area of student life.

Coming Fall 2016!


QUESTIONS? 

800.447.8781 
admissions@saintjoe.edu

 

 

2015 – 2016 Admissions Events

June 2016

June 13

Early Registration (by invitation only)

June 18

TRANSFER-mation Day (for Transfer students only)

June 20

Puma Exploration Night

June 24

Early Registration (by invitation only)

July 2016

July 22

Puma Registration (by invitation only)

August 2016

August 5

New international student move-in

August 18

New freshman move-in and orientation

August 19

New transfer move-in and orientation

August 22

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