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    Interactive Sessions Part of Virtual Open House

    The University of Scranton will host a virtual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, Nov. 1. The virtual event will integrate recorded videos with live interactive sessions and panel discussions to allow participants to learn about Scranton’s 70 undergraduate majors and other academic programs. Participants can also interact with faculty, students, admissions counselors and financial aid representatives.
    October 28, 2020

    Prospective students and their families can participate in live interactive sessions and panel discussions at The University of Scranton’s virtual Open House on Sunday, Nov. 1.

    Through an innovative virtual event platform that integrates recorded videos with live interactive sessions, participants can experience more closely an in-person Scranton Open House without leaving the comfort of their own homes.

     “Live Q & A” Zoom sessions are available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with faculty representatives from academic programs, as well as with staff and students representing campus ministries, student life, athletic teams, club sports, study abroad and other departments and programs offered at Scranton. The virtual event will include live Zoom webinars featuring panel discussions on topics that include pre-health/pre-med professions, pre-law programs, liberal arts and humanities, honors programs, admissions and student life, among others. In addition, dynamic virtual sessions with admissions/financial aid are also available to allow for questions and answers. A more detailed program for Open House can be seen here.

    Participants can register for Sunday’s Open House here. For questions, contact Scranton’s Admissions Office at 1-888-SCRANTON or visit www.scranton.edu/admissions.

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