Explore Morgan Day

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Explore Morgan Day is a full-day open house event. Participating in Explore Morgan Day is a fun and exciting way to discover if Morgan is the place for you!

During this open house event you will have the opportunity to tour our campus, meet our professors and interact with our students.

The admissions team will be hosting on-site admissions during Explore Morgan Day for students who wish to receive their admission decision during open house. See the FAQ's below for information on how to participate in on-site admissions.

On-Site Admission FAQ's

1. Who is eligible?

High school seniors preparing to graduate in Spring 2019 and transfer students preparing to transfer in Spring 2019 or Fall 2019.

2. How do I participate?

Step 1: Complete the online Morgan application 24 hours before open house

Step 2: Bring your official transcript and test scores with you to open house (do not bring an essay, letter of recommendation or paper application)

Step 3: Drop off your application materials by 8:30 am in the University Student Center

Step 4: Check your email at 2:30pm for your decision pick-up location

3. What if I have already applied and submitted my application materials to the admissions office?

If you would like to receive an on-site decision you must bring a physical copy of your official transcript and test score with you to open house. If you do not bring a physical copy, you will receive your decision within our normal notification window depending on when you submitted your complete application.

4. I do not have a printed copy of my test scores and/or transcript. Can I still receive a decision?

No, you must bring a printed, physical copy of your application materials in order to receive an on-site decision.

5. What is the cut off time for document drop-off?

All application materials must be received at the drop-off location by 8:30 am for an on-site decision. Any information that is drop off after 8:30 am will be received and processed in the order received after open house.