Information for New Admitted Students
New Freshmen (First-Year Students) | New Transfer Students
Now that you have been admitted to Arcadia University, what’s next? First, congratulations once again to you on your admission! There are many milestones between your admission and your first day of class. These pages are your first guide to what’s ahead.
Events for Admitted Undergraduate Students
Call the Office of Enrollment Management at 1-877-ARCADIA for more information on any of these events. Register online or by phone.
Planning an admissions campus visit? If you are traveling to the Glenside campus from more than 250 miles away, you might be eligible for the Arcadia University Campus Visit Grant. We know the importance of a campus visit in the college search, and, we understand the challenges associated with the costs of traveling from a distance. Learn more about the Campus Visit Grant.
Scarlet and Grey Day - April 11 SAVE THE DATE!
Attend a lecture, meet with faculty and students, and learn more about Honors, First-Year Study Abroad Experience and Preview programs. Meet individually with a financial aid counselor. Have questions answered before the May 1 decision deadline. Watch the mail for your invitation.
Day on Campus/OverKnight - February, March and April
Select a Day. Experience a typical weekday and, if you'd like, an overnight stay at Arcadia University. Accompany a current student to daily activities such as classes, meals, work study, extra curricular activities, and social events.
Regional Receptions - February, March, April and May
Attend a Reception. Arcadia comes to you for these small personal sessions with alumni, current students and admissions counselors from Arcadia.
Admitted Students Information Sessions - Spring
Small Group Information Sessions will be held weekdays and Saturdays for students who have been admitted to the University. This visit includes a campus tour. Register online for an Admitted Student session.
Financial Aid Days - February and March
Schedule an appointment to meet one-on-one with a Financial Aid counselor.