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    Scranton Set to Host Virtual Preview Day Mar. 28

    The University of Scranton will host a Virtual Preview Day for accepted students and their families on Saturday, Mar. 28.
    March 25, 2020

    Virtual Preview Day at The University of Scranton will include eight large panel sessions and more than 40 department sessions, as well as formats that will allow high school students, accepted as members of the Class of 2024, to interact with current University students.

    The virtual event will include the preview more than 22 videos made for the occasion. The University will also offer individual appointments throughout the day for attendees to speak with campus staff regarding admissions, financial aid, academic support services (Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence) and transfer credit evaluations. The event will include virtual tours of campus and labs, Zoom chatrooms and social media interaction.

    The University’s Virtual Preview Day for high school students accepted to its Class of 2024 and their families will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Mar. 28. The virtual event provides an opportunity for accepted students to take a closer look at the Jesuit university before making their final college decision.

    To date, more than 930 high school students have registered to attend the event.

    For additional information or to register for Virtual Preview Day, visit the Virtual Preview Day webpage or contact The University of Scranton Admissions Office at 1-888-SCRANTON.

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