Plan Your Visit
Our fall visit programs will help give you a better understanding of how Stonehill’s expansive leadership and experiential learning opportunities equip students for success in a rapidly evolving and globally competitive world. See how our welcoming community, rigorous academics and mentoring professors help students reach their full potential.
We are pleased to be welcoming visitors to campus once again through our Self-Guided Tours program. While access to campus remains limited to this program at this time in order to best protect the health and safety of all in our community, we hope to be able to offer additional opportunities for campus visits soon. In the meantime, we invite you to take part in one or more of our virtual programs as an introduction to the Stonehill experience.
We know that campus visits are a critical part of every student’s college search process and thank you for your patience and understanding. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (508) 565-1373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Visit Options
Stonehill will be offering virtual visit options throughout the fall for families interested in learning more about the College's welcoming community, academics and experiential learning opportunities.
If you are just beginning to explore Stonehill, we recommend starting with our Virtual Information Sessions. Offered once a week, these webinars serve as an introduction to Stonehill and touch on the College's mission, academic experience, student engagement and admission and financial aid. Admission counselors and a current student provide a well-rounded view of life at Stonehill.
Virtual Fall Visit Options (Coming Soon)
Our Fall Open House Week will provide an inside look at Stonehill's Academic majors. Hear directly from faculty and current students in your program of interest and have your questions answered.
Education, Social Sciences & Undeclared, Monday, October 19, 6-8 p.m.
EDUCATION: early childhood education, education studies (non-licensure), elementary education, secondary education, and special education SOCIAL SCIENCES: anthropology, criminology, political science & international studies, psychology, and sociology UNDECLARED: If you are unsure of what you would like to study at Stonehill, this session is for you. Undeclared students will explore a broad array of disciplines before selecting a major.
Arts & Humanities, Tuesday, October 20, 6-8 p.m.
ARTS: arts & visual culture (arts administration, studio arts, visual studies concentrations), graphic design, and performing arts (dance, music, theatre, cross-disciplinary concentrations) HUMANITIES: American studies, catholic studies, communication, dual languages, English, French, gender & sexuality studies, history, interdisciplinary studies, philosophy, religious studies, Spanish, and theology
Sciences Day, Wednesday, October 21, 6-8 p.m.
Actuarial mathematics, astronomy, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer engineering, computer science, data science, earth & planetary sciences, electrical engineering, engineering 3+2 partnership with the University of Notre Dame and King's College, environmental science, environmental studies, health science, mathematics, neuroscience, photonics, and physics
Meehan School of Business, Thursday, October 22, 6-8 p.m.
Accounting, economics, finance, healthcare administration, international business, management, marketing, and sports management