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Gannon University is excited to welcome students to our campus by offering both in-person and virtual visit options. We are making the health & safety of every one of our visitors, as well as our faculty, staff and students, our number one priority.
To ensure the health & safety of the Gannon Community and it's visitors, we have put in place safety measures based on public health directives from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Center for Disease Control.
This in-person experience provides students with the opportunity to talk one-on-one with a Gannon admissions representative and concludes with an in-person campus tour led by a current Gannon student. Please note that all visitors interested in this in-person
option must adhere to all Gannon University Visitor Guidelines.
This fully virtual experience provides students with the opportunity to learn about admissions, financial aid and academic programs at GU. We encourage all participants to explore our virtual tour either before or after their session.
At a Gannon Open House, you'll spend a day discovering all that makes Gannon unique. Tour our campus, meet professors, get a taste of student life and learn how to navigate the application process.
Registration is limited at each event; so register for your date now!
These sessions are general information sessions that are held specifically for high school students that have not yet applied to the University and include: a general group presentation and guided tour of Gannon's downtown campus.Registration is limited
at each event; so register for your date now!
Students who have been admitted to the University and would like to be considered for a seat in our Physician Assistant Program must participate in an on-campus interview. Interview dates are listed below with limited space at each session.
Faculty meetings provide you with the opportunity to have a discussion with a college professor and can provide valuable insight into the academic program you are considering. Professors are available to meet with students via virtual meetings at a time
that works best for you both. Choose “Email Meeting Request” below to be connected with the Office of Admissions who will assist in scheduling a meeting for you.