Join us for an open house:
Business, Education, Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities.

Friday, Nov. 19
2 to 6 p.m.

We love our prospective parents, but request that this form be filled out as the prospective student.  Thanks!

Are you interested in business, education, or social science fields? Considering a degree in performance and visual arts, literature, history, philosophy, creative writing, languages, or cultures? Join us to learn more about our academic programs, admissions process, student life, and resources. Reservations are required as space is limited.

  • Discover the next steps to becoming an Arcadia student;
  • Attend an academic session;
  • Have your academic questions answered by our passionate faculty;
  • Connect with and learn more about our Student Services;
  • Tour our campus including our residence halls;
  • Receive an on-the-spot admissions decision.  Submit your Common App or Coalition for College Application and bring a copy of your official or unofficial transcript.



  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Healthcare Administration
  • International Business and Culture
  • Sport Management


  • Education Studies
  • PreK-4 Education
  • Education-Early Entry Masters

Social Sciences

  • Cultural Anthropology
  • International Studies
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Political, Government and Law
  • Pre-Law

Arts and Humanities

  • Acting
  • Art History
  • Art Therapy
  • Art
  • English
  • French and Francophone Studies
  • History
  • Italian Cultural Studies
  • Global Media
  • Media and Communication
  • Philosophy
  • Scientific Illustration
  • Spanish
  • Spanish Cultural Studies
  • Studio Art
“When I attended my first Arcadia Open House, I was incredibly nervous. By the end, I’d done a 180. I felt very confident from meeting professors in my major, speaking with a financial aid adviser, and getting some information on the clubs I could join, like Arc Radio and Student Government Organization. I even met people who I would eventually become great friends with.”
Lashanna Bryant ’21