Lehigh University: Special Visit Opportunities

Get an in-depth look at life as a Lehigh student as you spend a day on campus through an open house or one of our other special visit opportunities. Events include open houses, interviews and activities such as meeting with current students and faculty, attending class and presentations by associate deans of each college.

College Interviews

Lehigh interviews are designed for students who have specific questions about Lehigh best addressed in an individual setting and/or for those who want to provide context for information that will be in their application. All interviews at Lehigh are evaluative and thus become part of an application, but are not required for admission.

Students who chose to interview on campus will meet either with an admissions counselor or Admissions Fellow, a selective group of trained current seniors. We offer on-campus interviews to high school students beginning in March of their junior year through December of their senior year. For staffing purposes, on-campus interviews must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance through the Admissions Events Calendar.

Students who cannot make it to campus or cannot return to interview may be able to meet with a Lehigh representative near their hometown or school in the spring of their junior year or in the summer or fall of their senior year. Check Lehigh in Your Area to see regional interview opportunities.

Junior Open House

Lehigh University hosts an open house for high school juniors each Spring.

Junior Open House is designed as an introductory look at Lehigh University for prospective students who are beginning their college search process. Junior Open House allows prospective students and their families the opportunity to learn from the associate deans of each college about Lehigh University’s academic opportunities and from staff and students about student life, admissions and financial aid. Visitors will have the opportunity to tour campus and visit campus life offices. Advance registration is requested.

Senior Open House

Lehigh University hosts an open house for high school seniors each fall.

Senior Open House is designed as an in-depth look at Lehigh University. Senior Open House allows prospective students and their families the opportunity to attend a session specifically for the Lehigh University college in which they are interested: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Economics or the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Senior Open House will also provide more information about student life, admissions and financial aid, an optional campus tour and a fantastic opportunity to speak with specific departments and faculty at our academic programs and campus life fair. Advance registration is requested. Learn more about Senior Open House >

VIEW: Experience a Day at Lehigh

Prospective students can Visit, Inquire and Experience our World through the VIEW campus visit program. VIEW is offered to high school seniors in the fall and high school juniors in the spring. During VIEW, students will explore campus independently by attending two classes and meeting with current students in one of our campus eateries. Learn more about VIEW: Experience a Day at Lehigh >

Diversity Achievers Program (DAP)

Lehigh University believes in creating and maintaining a vibrant campus community. Remaining steadfast in our commitment to promote and sustain a diverse student body, DAP provides select high school seniors interested in a culturally based program the opportunity to immerse themselves in life at Lehigh for two days and one night. Learn more about DAP >

Legacy Weekend

Each fall, prospective students who are the child, sibling, grandchild, niece or nephew of a Lehigh alumnus will have the special opportunity to learn more about Lehigh and the admissions process and to experience our school spirit at a home football game. Learn more about Legacy Weekend >

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Admitted Student Events

Each April we offer several events specifically designed for admitted students. Admitted students should follow the instructions in their offer letter to access their portal account, which contains information on how to register for these programs, including Lehigh Life Days and Candidates’ Day.

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