Visiting Campus

Graduate Open House

Includes an overview of Marywood, a financial aid and scholarship session, meetings with faculty, and optional campus tours. Event held from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. in Nazareth Student Center.

Saturday, November 23, 2019 | Register Online


School of Social Work Information Sessions

The School of Social Work hosts information sessions for students interested in enrolling in a graduate social work program.  Event includes conversations with faculty and current students.

Scranton Campus
Additional dates will be added soon.
Event held in Immaculata Hall, 2nd floor.  Registration not required, walk-ins welcome.  If you have questions or would like to register, please email Jacque Miller @ jmiller@marywood.edu or call 570-348-6282, ext 2698.

Lehigh Valley Campus
Additional dates will be added soon.
Event held in Dooling Hall, Room 108 on the campus of DeSales University. Registration not required, walk-ins welcome.  If you have questions or would like to register, please email Lori Kapes @ lkapes@marywood.edu or call 610-282-0479.


Weekday Visits

Experience the excitement of a welcoming community committed to academic excellence. You will be able to tour campus, meet with a faculty member, or talk to current students in your prospective department.

Appointments with faculty members are usually scheduled between the hours of 10 AM to 3 PM. By scheduling your visit in advance, you allow us the ability to make appointments with those with whom you would be most interested in meeting.

Call 866-279-9663, ext 6002 or email GoGrad@marywood.edu to schedule an appointment.

Directions to Campus

Local Lodging


virtual tour

Can't Make it To Campus?

Take our virtual tour, which highlights our award-winning campus. You can also find maps and other resources in the visit section of our website.

Meet Nicole

Education Alum

I couldn't be happier with where my life has taken me and I have my experiences at Marywood to thank for that.

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Meet Tony

Graduate Admissions Counselor
My advice to prospective graduate students is to have an open communication flow with admissions staff and faculty members.

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