The PSU Office of Admission welcomes campus visitors Monday - Friday at 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm and 2:00pm for all who are interested. Please Note: Registration is required for all visit events and space is limited.
Parents, siblings and friends are always welcome to accompany you. Come check us out!
Your visit will include, a campus tour with one of our University Student Ambassadors, an Admission presentation, an academic appointment*, and lunch in Gibson Dining Hall. The Financial Assistance &/or University Housing offices will be available after your visit concludes.
**CANCELLATIONS: If you are not able to make the visit please contact the Office of Admission so we can plan accordingly.
When should I schedule my campus visit?
Campus visits require at least 7 days notice, but you can schedule as far in advance as our system allows. Please note: Online registration is required and space is limited.
Will I receive any information prior to my campus visit?
Yes! Once you have completed the online registration, you will receive an email within 15 minutes confirming your campus visit. (If you do not receive the confirmation email, please check your registration account to verify you have "finished" the scheduling process.) A parking permit will be emailed to you 5 days prior to your visit, and a campus map with directions will be emailed 3 days prior to your visit. If you do not receive any of these emails, please contact us at email@example.com or 1-800-854-PITT (7488).
Where should I park once I am on campus?
When you get to campus, you can park in any specified areas marked for visitors, blue or brown lots. Please bring your confirmation notice along with the parking pass that will be emailed to you, and place it on your vehicle's dashboard.
Where should I go when I get to campus?
Please plan to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your selected visit time in the Student Welcoming Center, Horace Mann Building, Room 107.
What will my day look like once I check-in?
Your campus tour will begin promptly at the top of the hour (which is also your selected visit time). The campus tour will last approximately 45 minutes, followed by the Admission presentation. Admission presentations last approximately 30 minutes, and you will have time for both group and individual questions. Optional academic appointments* and lunch in Gibson Dining Hall will be scheduled AFTER your campus tour and admission presentation. Financial Assistance, and University Housing do not require an appointment, and their offices will also be available after your campus visit has concluded.
Gorilla Days are open to all interested students and are a great way to experience the Pitt State campus! Gorilla Days are similar to regular visits, but in a larger group format.
Do you have a larger group that would like to visit Pitt State Campus?