Join us for our second Undergraduate Programs Open House scheduled on Saturday, February 2, 2019 starting at 11:00AM. Come and learn about our undergraduate programs, admission updates for Fall 2018, financial aid, campus life, and much more! Learn how to prepare for the application process, how to best write your essays, and prepare for your admission interview. Network with current students, faculty, and staff. And last but not least, tour our expanding facilities.
The Open House will be held in English with some sessions offered in Armenian.
The Office of Admissions holds periodic sessions to walk you through the admissions process, review in detail our application requirements, and help you prepare for an admissions interviews. We highly encourage you to join our Admissions Counselors for at least one of each event. The Office of Financial Aid will also offer periodic Financial Aid presentations to introduce you to the numerous tools available to help you finance your education.
Register for any of the below events using this link.
Type of Event Date Time Venue Application Help Sessions Saturday, December 15, 2018 2:00 PM AUA PAB 308E Info and Application Help Day Sessions Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:00 PM AUA PAB 308E Application Help Session Saturday, March 23, 2019 2:00 PM AUA PAB 408E Info Session Saturday, April 13, 2019 2:00 PM AUA PAB 308E Info and Application Help Day Sessions Saturday, May 25, 2019 2:00 PM AUA PAB 308E
With the end of the semester and New Year holidays, we are no longer offering Open Classes for the Fall 2018 semester. Please check back at the end of January 2019 for a list of Spring semester classes that will be open for you to register for and sample.
What are Open Classes? They are actual classes that we open to prospective students to sample at no cost. They enable you to get a first-hand glimpse of AUA’s academic experience and are the perfect opportunity for you to see what classes at AUA are like. By becoming a student for a day, you experience our academics, see our class dynamics, learn firsthand from faculty, and engage with current students. If you are interested, we look forward to welcoming you on campus this upcoming Spring semester.