There is no better way to determine if the Tepper School is a good fit for you than to visit us. Whether you are a prospective full- or part-time student, we are excited for you to get to know more about us just as we learn more about you.
Prospective full-time students join us for a half-day campus visit that provides an opportunity to participate in a class, tour campus, have lunch with current students and take part in an information session led by the admission team.
We recommend that you to visit Monday through Thursday while classes are in session as you will be fully immersed in the day of a Tepper School student. However, if Friday is your only opportunity to visit, the admission team will work to create a schedule to accommodate your visit to campus.
saturday information sessions
Prospective part-time students join us for an event that is scheduled around your busy work week. At our Saturday Information Sessions, you’ll meet current students and will learn about the Part-Time MBA programs, career resources and admissions process that enable you to continue working while pursuing your MBA.
Diversity Weekend at the Tepper School is designed to help increase the representation of diverse students at the Tepper School and ultimately in global leadership roles. We would like to invite you to visit and experience the unique strengths and value of our MBA as well as why our community is such a great place.
women's visit day
Women's Visit Day - February 16th 2015 - is an opportunity for candidates to experience a full campus visit. Additionally, the day will feature panels with current Tepper students and sessions with the Accelerate Leadership Center and Tepper School's Career Opportunities Center.
For added flexibility and opportunities for all prospective MBA candidates to visit virtually, we schedule webinar information sessions, application workshops and online chats for you to continue building your relationship with the admissions team and our current students.
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