Visits & Events

Visit Opportunities

Tours & Info Sessions | Open Houses | Auditions / Portfolios | Off-campus | Transfer | Accepted

Tours & Info Sessions

Learn the inside scoop on a student-led campus tour and get your questions answered by an Admissions counselor. Prospective freshmen and families are welcome. Available 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday - Friday, and 10 a.m. on most Saturdays. (Transfer students: See transfer options below.)

Questions? Contact Sammy McClenton,


Open Houses

Spend time on campus interacting with faculty, staff, and students to see first-hand the Nazareth experience, learn more about the major(s) you're interested in, and get your questions answered. Upcoming dates: October 29, 2016, January 30, 2017, April 22, 2017.

Questions? Contact Kristina Martin,


Auditions / Portfolio Reviews

All applicants for visual and performing arts degrees (art education, studio art, visual communication & design, and all dance, music, musical theatre, and theatre programs) must audition or show a portfolio. The in-person review/audition with faculty is an important part of the admission decision and scholarship-selection process. Portfolio/audition details and how to prepare.

Questions? Amanda Torpey,



Off-campus Events

Can't get to Naz? Our Admissions counselors will be in selected cities this fall for an information session and light refreshments. Learn about the application process and what Nazareth College has to offer.

Questions? Kristina Martin,

Off-campus info sessions:


Earned credits at another college and considering completing your bachelor's degree at Nazareth?

To schedule a personal meeting and campus tour, contact Katie Enright in Transfer Admissions,

To attend an upcoming group event:


Accepted Students only

If you've received an acceptance letter, you're invited to any of these special events:

Experience Naz is a day on campus for you and your family members. Students sit in on classes and have lunch in the dining hall, while parents attend workshops and have their own luncheon. Together, you'll learn about academic advisement and financial aid, hear from faculty, and attend a reception.


Off-campus receptions in Buffalo, Albany, and Syracuse enable you to talk with Admissions staff, current Naz students, and alumni to get answers to any questions on your mind and to mingle with other accepted students and families.


Overnight visits on campus give you a taste of life as a Golden Flyer. You'll stay in a residence hall overnight with a Nazareth student ambassador, attend a morning class, and eat in the dining hall.