June 2, 16 & 30
July 14 & 28
9:00 a.m.-12:45 p.m. | University of Saint Francis
*Join us for a day catered to incoming high school seniors and juniors and their families to visit and experience life at the University of Saint Francis. Learn about the admissions process, scholarships, and programs, hear from a professor about academics and what it is like to be a USF Student, take a tour of the campus, and have lunch with other families and students. Add a personal appointment if you need some one-on-one information.
Tuesday, June 7, 6:00 pm EST | Parkview Field, Fort Wayne
RSVP by May 31
*This event is for first-time students accepted to USF for fall 2022.* It’s official—you’re a student at the University of Saint Francis! We’d like to welcome you as a part of our family and give you a chance to meet your fellow USF Cougars, so join us for dinner and baseball at a Fort Wayne TinCaps game.
June 8, 4:30-5:30 pm EST | University of Saint Francis
Connect with USF residential life staff virtually for everything a new student needs to know about housing placements, roommate selection, and transitioning to on-campus living. Learn about what is provided in the residence halls and what you can bring with you when you move in. The session will include a Q&A portion.
Wednesday, June 22 | 4:30-5:30 p.m. EST | Virtual Event
The financial side of college and everything you need to complete before your first day of classes can be intimidating, but we are here to make it easier. Join us and hear from USF staff:
The session will include a Q&A portion during which you can chat in your questions.
Tuesday, June 21 or Wednesday, June 29 at 4:00-6:30 p.m.
As a transfer student, we know you have distinct questions and objectives during your search for a new college home. Come explore what USF has to offer and get your pre-enrollment steps accomplished all at one time. No pre-registration required!
You may schedule a virtual or in-person review or audition through Molly McGowan at 260-399-8064 or firstname.lastname@example.org. One-on-one reviews and virtual reviews are also offered all year for those that cannot attend a Talent Scholarship Day.
In the fall and spring of each year, the Creative Arts hosts Talent Scholarship Day — providing incoming students the opportunity to have your work reviewed by professional Creative Arts faculty for talent scholarship consideration.
Scholarships are awarded in the following areas:
You can also submit a digital portfolio for faculty review, please send an email with:
A Creative Arts faculty member will review your submission and make a scholarship recommendation to the office of Financial Aid. Please contact Molly McGowan, Creative Arts Coordinator, with any questions at email@example.com or 260-399-8064.
Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file at USF and all requests for supporting documentation must be provided. Talent Scholarship recipients must:
Students can audition at the Ballet or virtually. The faculty reviews the performance audition and makes evaluations based on the following criteria that apply:
The audition on site will include participation in a class of 1½ to two hours in length. If you are auditioning virtually please prepare a solo of your choice, up to three minutes in a length.
The faculty reviews visual arts portfolios and makes evaluations based on the following criteria:
Your portfolio should have 12-15 works demonstrating two-dimensional (drawing, painting), three-dimensional (sculpture or ceramics) or any other media illustrating design ability.
We are interested in your background and current musicianship level, and want to know more about your goals with music tech. Audition requirements:
Enrollment and scholarship opportunities for the USF Choir are open to all students regardless of major. Audition requirements:
Enrollment and scholarship opportunities for the USF Marching Pride are open to all students regardless of major. Audition requirements: