Marywood University Schedules Experiential Learning Days in March

Marywood University is hosting several experiential learning days in March for prospective undergraduate students. These special exploration days, designated for specific areas of academic interest, allow students a more in-depth look at the learning and career opportunities within each discipline. In March, three programs—social sciences, science, and nursing—will offer special days for students to discover more, participate in learning activities, and meet faculty, including the following:

Saturday, March 2, Social Sciences Department Day, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Nazareth Student Center: Are you passionate about understanding human societies, seeking justice, or delving into the depths of history? Spend a Saturday at an event designed for students with an interest in social sciences, including criminal justice, history, pre-law, and sociology. The event features interactive workshops & seminars, campus tours, networking opportunities with current students, faculty, and successful alumni, and admissions and financial aid sessions. To register, go to

Monday, March 4, Scientist for a Day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Center for Natural and Health Sciences: This fascinating opportunity offers students a glimpse into the world of scientific exploration, discovery, and innovation. Participants will have the opportunity to perform experiments in environmental science, immunology, microbiology, and anatomy. Future scientists in attendance will also gather information on career paths in the science field. To register, go to

Thursday, March 7, Nurse for a Day, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Latour Room, Nazareth Student Center: Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in first aid training, simulation, and nursing lab activities. The event also includes meetings with faculty and current students. Register by February 29 at: