Accepted Students Meet Virtually

May 15, 2020

The virtual events are for students interested in attending Cal U and those already accepted by the University. A session for those interested in a business degree will be held in June.

virtual sessions

Cal U continues to reach out to students interested in attending the University. Upcoming events include virtual receptions for admitted students, webinars offering tips for the admissions process and a session for those interested in majoring in business.

Accepted Student Receptions

Cal U’s offices of Undergraduate Admissions and Articulation and Transfer Evaluation are hosting two events for accepted first-year and transfer students noon-1 p.m. May 27 and 6-7 p.m. May 28.

During the virtual experience, accepted students will meet with Cal U administration, staff, and students; connect with other members of the Class of 2024; and learn more about student life and New Student Orientation.

Transfer counselors will be on hand, and there will also be a parent and family session. Among the guest speakers will be T. David Garcia, vice president for Enrollment Management, and Tracey Sheetz, dean of Undergraduate Admissions.

To register for the event:   

State System of Higher Education Webinars 

Eric Tarpley, assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Cal U, will participate in two admission events hosted by Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. 

He will participate in the “Meet the PASSHE Team” webinar at 1 p.m. May 19 and the “Admissions Survival 101” webinar at 1 p.m. May 26. 

On May 19, admissions representatives will discuss academic programs, student life and the first steps of the admissions process. On May 26, experts will advise students on making a good first impression during the admissions process. 

“We will also cover topics such as communication etiquette, writing essays, emails, other writing forms, the application process, and guidance on how to approach virtual visit options, and so on,” Tarpley said. 

To register for the webinars, visit 

Interested in Business? 

Students interested in earning a degree in business are welcome to join "Catch the Buzz on Business at Cal U.” 

The online session will begin at 6 p.m. June 3.

Participants will meet faculty members in the Cal Business and Economics Department. Staff members from both the admissions and articulation and transfer areas will also be available to answer questions. 

On campus or online, Cal U offers undergraduate and graduate programs in business, with a focus on student engagement, relevant and practical business skills, and a global perspective. 

To register and for more information visit or email Kaylee Gmutza at or Kristen Louttit at