Open House

Open Houses

Welcome to the Misericordia University Experience.

Misericordia University invites you and your parents to experience our campus, meet our students, visit with professors, and talk with admissions counselors at one of our upcoming open house events. Check back soon for upcoming open house events.




If you can't make it to our open house events and would like to schedule a personal campus visit, click here for our event registration calendar to view available dates and times.


The following is an example of an Open House schedule:


9:00 - 10:00 AM REGISTRATION - Anderson Athletic Center
MEET THE COACHES - Anderson Athletic Center, for students interested in intercollegiate athletics

10:00 - 10:15 AM WELCOME , Anderson Athletic Center

- Ms. Jane Dessoye, Executive Director of Enrollment Management
- Dr. Thomas Botzman, President


10:15 - 11:30 AM TOUR OF CAMPUS - leave from Anderson Athletic Center

11:40-12:30 AM FACULTY SESSION #1 (Tour Guides will escort families)

11:30-12:20 PM LUNCH - Metz Dining Hall/Banks Student Center

FACULTY SESSION #2 Students

12:30-1:10 PM FACULTY SESSION #2 (Tour Guides will escort families) (PT, OT, NSG)

12:30-1:15PM LUNCH- Metz Dining Hall/Banks Student Center

FACULTY SESSION #1 Students


1:15 - 2:30 STUDENT SERVICES & STUDENT PANEL (everyone)- Lemmond Theater in Walsh Hall

2:30 - 3:30 ADMISSIONS/ FINANCIAL AID OVERVIEW - Lemmond Theater in Walsh Hall

- Ms. Jane Dessoye, Executive Director of Enrollment Management

3:00 - 3:30 ALTERNATIVE LEARNERS' SESSION

3:00 - 4:00 OPTIONAL TOUR OF PASSAN HALL - College of Health Sciences

If you have not yet received an invitation for an Open House and would like to attend, please contact the Admissions Office at (866)262-6363.

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