Get a glimpse into life at Allegheny, and the exceptional experiences we provide for students, through in-person and online visits.
On-Campus Admissions Events
Learn more about Allegheny with our carefully arranged, safe, campus visits. A daily campus visit typically includes a campus tour and a counselor session, plus other meetings with Allegheny community members if requested.
Online Admissions Events
Ready to learn more and connect with our community? Allegheny is hosting a variety of online events for prospective students and their families. We’re excited to meet you!
Join us this fall for our Allegheny Spotlight series covering a number of topics. You can sign up for future events and check here for videos to be posted after.
Allegheny Town Hall: Center for Political Participation, Pre-law, and Law & Policy
Application Tips and Tricks
Athletics & Recreation
Connect with Career Education
Connect with Civic Engagement: Community Service Opportunities
Get Educated About Education Studies: The Pre-Education Pathway
Living on Campus
Understanding Financial Aid at Allegheny
Department & Office Information Sessions
We are currently adding information sessions from departments and offices across the College. Check back often for more sessions!
Student Panel “Gator Tales”
Building a Diverse and Inclusive Campus
Q&A with Dr. Link
Financial Aid for Admitted Students
Life in Meadville
Your First Year Experience at Allegheny
The Allegheny Gateway
Natural Science Faculty Panel
Interdivisional Studies Faculty Panel
Social Science Faculty Panel
Humanities Faculty Panel
Virtual TourExplore Our Campus Online
Video: Meadville is Home
Academics & Research
Allegheny is one of the few colleges in the country to require students to take both a major and a minor — each of which is in a different academic division. Those major-minor combinations help to cultivate intellectual growth and the creative, big-picture thinking desired by employers and graduate schools. Allegheny is consistently honored among the nation’s top liberal arts institutions for undergraduate teaching, research, and first-year experience.
Athletics & Recreation
As a founding member of both the NCAA and the North Coast Athletic Conference, Allegheny is committed to the philosophy that athletics can and should complement academic life rather than compete with it. The Allegheny Gators field 23 varsity athletic teams that compete in NCAA Division III. We also offer a range of club and intramural sports, with more than 200 students participating in each of those opportunities.
At Allegheny, we take the phrase “live and learn” to heart. Students build connections and community across campus, from our residence halls to our student-run Grounds for Change Coffeehouse to gatherings in Gator Quad.
Our students represent 70 different countries either through citizenship or living abroad. Our International Education Office in the Allegheny Gateway connects students with enriching opportunities, including Experiential Learning seminars led by Allegheny faculty and semester- and year-long study away programs.
Meadville & Northwestern PA
Allegheny’s campus is perched on a hill overlooking Meadville, a county seat that has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Places to Live. Meadville anchors an area of 15,000 residents and is where Allegheny students do everything from enjoying live local music to taking in the latest movies, from creating art installations to getting outdoors for hiking, canoeing, and more.
Our Beautiful Campus
The nation’s 32nd oldest college, Allegheny is situated on a 79-acre central campus that includes historic architecture and boasts beautiful views during all four seasons.
At Allegheny, opportunities to pursue one’s passions are limited only by the imagination. Our students create, laugh, dance, play, explore, and serve together every day. A diverse campus life, with more than 120 student-led organizations, sets the stage for a vibrant college experience.
Allegheny encourages students to explore their artistic side — whether they are interested in the creative and critical study of theatre, rhetoric, and media; discovering their passions in dance, music or art; or performing on stage as part of the College’s Playshop Theatre. Allegheny offers majors and minors in several aspects of the arts, as well as lessons, clubs, and organizations that allow students to express their artistic talents.