Types of visits

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Don't just visit: connect with our amazing community. There are a number of options.

Meet with an admission counselor. A personal interview is highly recommended for first-year applicants: It gives us a chance to get a better understanding of your talents and plans. A personal interview is required for transfer applicants, those applying under our SAT-optional program, and candidates for our cooperative programs, including the 4-4 Drexel Medical Program, the 3-3 Jefferson PT or OT Programs, the SUNY College of Optometry Program,  and the 3-4 U Penn BioDental Program.

You’ll talk with an admissions counselor for about 30-45 minutes.

  • Juniors can interview beginning in the middle of March of their junior year
  • Seniors can interview through Feb. 15 of their senior year

Attend an information session. These one-hour group sessions offer an introduction to Muhlenberg and our admissions process. You’ll get the chance to ask questions and meet other prospective students. It’s a great way to take a "first look" before you decide to interview.

Take a tour.  Led by students (walking backwards most of the time), our tours will take you across campus and into just about any aspect of student life you want. Ask about the red doors and our famous napkin board. See a freshman dorm room. Get a glimpse of our stunning new science facilities.

*Tours, information sessions and interviews are scheduled by phone at 484-664-3200*

Dive into a day visit. On a day visit, you’ll attend a class (or two) and have lunch with a student host—a great way to see what we mean when we say that ‘Berg is a place of passionate teaching and incomparable community. Day visits are scheduled for high school seniors at least two weeks in advance and are subject to host availability. 

Check our visit calendar