You're Invited to the 
Fall Open House! 

Join us Saturday, October 15

The Office of Admission invites you to attend our Fall Open House on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022, to get exclusive insight into the F&M experience — from application, to enrollment, to graduation. If you believe you would be an excellent fit for a college with a commitment to personalized education where every student has the opportunity to explore their passions and potential, we hope you will attend the Fall Open House.

What will happen at the Fall Open House? You will have a chance to explore campus, meet community members, and immerse yourself in a community that values every individual. Check out the schedule below!

Vouchers will be provided for students and their families to eat lunch in the dining hall.

Register Now

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Schedule*

Saturday, October 15

         9:00-10:00 a.m. ET: Check-in and Registration

         9:00-10:00 a.m. ET: Limited early bird tours available

         10:00-10:30 a.m. ET: Welcome and session on admission & financial aid 

         10:30-11:00 a.m. ET: Introduction to F&M's Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development 

         11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ET: Choose your own adventure

 

Choose Your Own Adventure

This time is yours to visualize yourself as one of the 2,200 forward-looking scholars, inventors, leaders, artists, and athletes on the F&M campus. Explore the residential quad, take a peek into academic buildings and meet with faculty, and enjoy a meal in our dining hall. 


The following locations will be open for you to explore:

  • The residential quad 
     
  • Shadek-Fackenthal Library
     
  • Keiper Liberal Arts
     
  • Shadek Stadium
     
  • Mayser Gymnasium
     
  • Winter Visual Arts Center
    Home to the art, art history and film departments.
     
  • Hackman Physical Sciences Laboratories and Kaufman Hall
    Home to chemistry, earth and environment, physics & astronomy and more.
     
  • Klehr Center for Jewish Life
     
  • Patricia E. Harris Center for Business, Government & Public Policy
     
  • Ann & Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building
    Home to biology, philosophy, psychology and more.
     
  • Roschel Performing Arts Center
     
  • Steinman College Center
    The “living room,” of the College, home to the Phillips Museum of Art, the Alice Drum Women’s Center, and more.
     
  • The Philadelphia Alumni Writers House
    Home to lovers of writing, reading, performing and more.
     
  • Stager Hall
    Home to the humanities, computer science, Africana studies, History and more.

 

*Schedule is subject to change.