Schedule a Campus Visit


Announcements:

  • Interested in seeing campus? Be sure to schedule a visit! If you would like to meet with a faculty member during your weekday visit, please call them in advance to schedule an appointment.
  • Fall semester campus visits will begin on September 4th and will end on December 7th. Campus visits are typically offered Monday through Friday and include a group information session and 60-minute walking tour of campus.
  • When you arrive ... use your mobile phone to help you navigate through campus and find the beginning location of your visit identified in your confirmation letter or email. Remember to place your parking pass on your rearview mirror. If you forgot your pass at home, you can stop at BUPD. We look forward to seeing you on campus soon!

 

Open Houses

Open Houses are day long events that include an admissions presentation, a campus tour, academic breakout sessions, and resource fairs. They're an excellent way to get a preview of life as a Future Husky!

Our next Open House will be in the spring semester. The date will be announced in January.

 

Info Sessions and Tours

If you're interested in learning more about Bloomsburg University, join us for one of our Group Information Sessions and Tours.

During your visit, you'll hear an admissions presentation and will tour academic buildings, the Andruss library, the Warren Student Services Center, the Kehr Student Union, Residence Halls, the Scranton Commons Dining Hall, and the University Store.

 

Transfer Visit Days

If you are currently enrolled at another college or university, or you have completed college credits since graduating from high school, please join us for a Transfer Visit Day!

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the transfer process, see campus on a tour, and meet current students and fellow transfers, Our fall semester Transfer Days are posted on the visit calendar.

 

Large Group (Bus) Tours

If you represent a high school, community organization or community college, and you would like to bring a group of students/individuals to campus, please email us at buadmiss@bloomu.edu to ensure you receive the correct group visit request form. Our daily visits are designed for families visiting, and not large organizations or groups. Once you submit the bus trip request form, we will be happy to review your request and determine if we can accommodate the date and time.

 

Things to remember ...

» Parking: We will send you directions and a one-day parking permit by regular mail. If you do not receive this information prior to your visit, please email buadmiss@bloomu.edu, and we will assist you.

» Directions to Campus: Located in Northeast Pennsylvania, BU is within 2-3 hours of many metropolitan areas. If you're in need of directions to campus, please see our directions web site.

» Special Requests: If you have special interest in a service or program of the university or facilities not on the tour that you'd especially like to see, mention it to the admissions receptionist upon your arrival. We will try to assist with a connection.

» Visiting My Major: If you are interested in speaking with another department during your visit, such as an academic department or athletics, please contact them directly.

» Wear Comfortable Shoes: Part of the campus tour is a walking tour which is approximately one to 1 1/2 hours. This loops around most of lower campus. The campus is handicapped accessible.

» Where to Eat? In addition to the usual campus fare at several venues, there are many independent and chain restaurants in downtown Bloomsburg and along Route 11, just south of campus.

» Explore the surrounding area! Columbia and Montour counties offer breathtaking scenery and year-round outdoor recreation. Visit nature preserves, wetlands, state parks and rails-to-trails. See Bald Eagles, waterfalls and corn mazes. Looking for a slower pace? Explore the area's 25 covered bridges or take a self-guided walking tour in the historic downtowns of Berwick, Bloomsburg and Danville with their beautifully preserved Victorian treasures.