Upcoming Visit Opportunities

  • Admitted Student Panel and Campus Tour

    Join us for a student-led panel and tour of campus! These tours offer the opportunity to explore our campus with a friendly and knowledgeable student tour guide while learning more about the College and residential life. This campus tour experience includes several academic buildings, popular student spaces and a residence hall room.

  • Stonehill Twilight Tours

    We know how busy families are and we know how beautiful the Stonehill campus is when the lights come on! With that in mind, Stonehill is offering early evening tours on six dates throughout the spring semester, including dinner at our Dining Commons.

  • Shadow Days (Coming soon)

    Beginning in February, come spend a day-in-the-life of a Stonehill student! Sign up for a Shadow Day and we will match you with a student host in your academic area of interest. You will attend class, enjoy a meal on campus, and spend time with current Stonehill students while gaining perspective of life as Skyhawk.

Special Events in March and April

Skyhawk Welcome Days

Festival of Facts, Faculty, Food and Fun

MARCH 25 & APRIL 2
We know you're hungry to make your mark in the world. Come to Skyhawk Welcome Day and see what happens at a college that provides you with the opportunities that match your goals and helps you maximize your impact on the issues that matter most to you.

• Student/Parent Sessions
• Financial Aid Consultations
• Leadership Panel
• Student & Residence Life Panel
• Student Engagement Expo & Academic Programs Fair
• Food Truck Festival
• Campus & Residence Life Tours

Connect with Classmates

Class of 2027 Facebook Group

Join the Stonehill community in the Class of 2027 Facebook Group! See who’s coming to Stonehill, connect with your classmates, and find answers to your questions.

Contact Information

May Hall – 320 Washington Street, Easton, MA 02357

The Office of Undergraduate Admission assists students and families as they learn more about Stonehill and navigate the college application process.

The Office of Student Financial Assistance helps students and families understand the cost of attending college and identifies funding resources which can make higher education more affordable.