As the University of Findlay looks toward a post-pandemic fall semester, the campus is looking forward to hosting a number of group open house and visit days to welcome future students to campus. These visit days will be held in addition to individual virtual and in-person campus visits held throughout the year.
“We are very excited to be able to offer these kinds of group visit events again this year,” said Dee Dee Spraw, director of admissions events. “We held most of our visit events virtually last year, but the best way to experience a college campus is to be there in-person, and the special thing about Findlay is when you step foot on campus you will know it is the right place for you.”
During the events, potential students and their families will tour campus, meet current students, talk with faculty in their program, and meet with Admissions to learn more about what it is like to be an Oiler.
Virtual Transfer Preview Day – Tuesday, Aug. 3 & Tuesday, Nov. 2
Attending the Virtual Transfer Preview Day provides an opportunity to get an inside look at UF. Participants can talk to the transfer admissions team and have questions answered about the transfer application process, financial aid, and scholarships.
Virtual Graduate Preview Day – Saturday, Aug. 14 & Saturday, Nov. 20
Designed specifically for those looking to further their education by attaining a graduate degree, participants will explore the graduate degree programs UF has to offer and speak with faculty from the area that interests them most.
Oiler Preview Day – Friday, Sept. 24, Saturday, Oct. 16, & Thursday Nov. 11
This campus preview day is full of essential information for future Oilers and is perfect for those who are currently in, or have recently graduated from, high school. Along with campus tours, participants will meet the admissions team and learn more about financial aid, scholarships, and the admissions process.
Animal Science, Pre-Vet, Equine Discovery Day – Friday, Oct. 22 & Friday, Nov. 19
UF’s Animal Science and Pre-Veterinary Medicine programs will prepare you for the animal science industry, or veterinary school, through a four-year program with strong academic preparation and hands-on animal contact. The rigorous curriculum has resulted in veterinary school placement rates for graduates at nearly twice the national average.
The equestrian programs offer jumper, dressage, eventing, western pleasure, reining, colt breaking, sales, event coordination, publishing, and more. Boasting high caliber horses, state-of-the-art facilities, and talented instructors, the English and western programs set up each student for success in the industry.