Fall Open Houses

At a UHart open house, you will meet with faculty and students, and learn about innovative research projects and internships, clubs and activities, Division 1 athletics, scholarship opportunities, and so much more. 

Students in a lab.

Customize Your Day

At our open houses, you can create your own schedule and choose sessions that you are interested in: Take in-depth tours, attend major specific workshops, hear from students and faculty, visit our TV studio, or take a mock-class — The choice is yours. 

2019 Fall Open House Dates:
  • October 6, 2019
  • October 27, 2019
  • November 3, 2019

More details will be available when Fall Open House Registration begins in September. Check back!

Interested in a specific program or area of study? UHart hosts program-specific open houses in November.

  • Psychology Visit Day: Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, noon–2:00 p.m.
  • Science Visit Day: Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019, noon–2:00 p.m.
  • Communications Visit Day: Friday, Nov. 22, 2019, noon–2:00 p.m.

What to Expect at an Open House

Throughout the day, you are able to choose four sessions that peek your interest. Here are a few highlighted events: 

  • Built and Unbuilt Realties: Learn how architects use 3D printing technology and parametric design to create models for their projects

  • The Artist, the Employer, and the Creative Career: Understand how to leverage the importance, influence, and power of the arts

  • Networking Simulation: Learn how Barney School of Business students fine-tune their networking skills in a fun and interactive business setting.

  • Become an RN with our new Direct-entry BSN: Tour our simulation training lab and get all your questions answered from our nursing faculty

  • Thrive from the Start: Learn about beginning your UHart journey with dual admission to Hillyer College. Receive one-on-one academic support from dedicated professors while earning credits toward your major.

  • Music Industry and Studio Tours: Tour our newly renovated recording studio in The Hartt School and learn about music industry programs.

  • Going Live In 3-2-1: Learn crisis communication strategies and check out the TV production studio that features professional newsroom equipment.

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