Maintaining a small college feel, Husson University gives you the opportunity to customize your visit. Whether you would just like to take a campus tour with one of our Eagle Ambassadors or meet with an admissions representative or meet a faculty member in a particular academic program, we strive to make your visit the most impactful for you.
Husson University welcomes high school and community groups to visit our campus. Group visits provide a guided tour of campus along with a brief admissions information session conducted by an admissions counselor. Your visit to campus will last approximately 1.5 – 2 hours.
Lunch is available in our wonderful Dickerman Dining Center for a cost of $9.25 per person where guests can enjoy all-you-can buffet style dining. To avoid paying State of Maine tax, groups must provide State of Maine Tax Exemption Certificate. For more information, please contact Dining Services at 207-941-7076.
Personal and Group visits are not held during the following dates (2014-2015 academic year): • Saturdays or Sundays • Final Exams (Fall Semester): December 16 – December 19 • Winter Break: December 19 – January 19 • Husson Spring Break: March 9 – March 13 • Final Exams (Spring Semester): May 5 – May 8 • Limited group tour availability during the summer months due to Eagle Ambassador availability.
Cancellations: In the event that campus is closed due to inclimate weather, tours (along with other University events) will not be offered. Please call our Welcome Center at 207-941-7000 or visit www.husson.edu/cancellations for up to date information on cancellations.
Special accommodations: Should you or anyone in your party require special accommodations for a physical disability, please contact the Admissions Office at 207-941-7100 to make those arrangements.
Plan ahead and be prepared: Tours are conducted rain or shine and require a fair amount of walking. Please be sure to wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable shoes. The Admissions Office has a limited number of umbrellas for tour purposes.
Tours are general in nature: Campus tours consist of buildings and aspects of campus that are representative of the Husson University experience. Not all buildings and academic programs are covered in great depth. Should you be interested in meeting with a faculty member from a specific academic department or athletic coach, the Admissions Office can assist you in making these arrangements.