Visit Gannon


  • See it for yourself. See why we at Gannon, Believe in the Possibilities!

    A key part of deciding which college to go to is finding a good fit. And a great way to get more information is to visit the colleges in person. We invite you to come see first-hand Gannon’s vibrant downtown campus, meet with our engaging and dynamic faculty, and learn about our innovative academic programs. A variety of visitation opportunities are scheduled throughout the year; please view the details below to schedule a daily campus visit or visit our events page for a complete listing of upcoming opportunities here.

    Weekday Visits

    Individual appointments are available most weekdays on the hour between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm and include:

    Admitted High School Seniors

    • Meet one-on-one with an admissions representative
    • A personalized guided tour of campus
    • Observation of a class in your program of study (advance notice required)
    • One-on-one meetings with faculty from your program of study (advance notice required)
    • Consultation with a financial aid representative (must have FAFSA on file)

    High School Juniors and earlier

    • Meeting with an admissions representative for a general overview
    • A guided tour of campus

    Transfer Students and Adult Learners

    • Meet one-on-one with an admissions representative
    • A personalized guided tour of campus
    • One-on-one meetings with faculty from your program of study (advance notice required)
    • Meeting with a financial aid representative (must be Admitted and have FAFSA on file)

    Saturday Visits 

    The Office of Admissions will host Information Sessions on select Saturdays that will include the following:

    Admitted High School Seniors

    • Learn more about how advising and class registration works
    • Find out about summer orientation and the housing selection process
    • Get details about your financial aid and scholarships
    • Hear current GU students talk about student life
    • Attend a sample lecture
    • Enjoy lunch with faculty and see first-hand the enthusiasm for their academic programs

    Register here for one of our Saturday Sessions for Admitted Seniors:

    High School Juniors and earlier

    These Saturday sessions are general information sessions and held specifically for high school juniors and/or students that have not yet applied to the University

    • A general group presentation
    • A guided group tour of Gannon's downtown campus.
    • Lunch in Gannon's Cafeteria.

    Register here for one of the following General Saturday Information Sessions:

    **Please note that we encourage all Transfer Students and Adult Learners to schedule a weekday visit so that we can more specifically meet your needs.Create your Gannon Admissions account to request a campus visit. If you have already created an account, click the 'Update Profile / Campus Visit' link on your "My Account" page to make your request.

    Spring College Fair

    The 3rd Annual Spring College Fair, sponsored by Gannon University will be held from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 in the Hammermill Center on Gannon’s campus. The fair is free and open to the public.

    Approximately 70 colleges and universities will be on hand to distribute materials and talk with students and other interested members of the community about post-secondary education. For information regarding this event, please contact the Gannon University Admissions Office at (814) 871-7513 or goebel002@gannon.edu