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Bay Path University Welcomes Prospective Students to Visit Campus In Person

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Longmeadow, MA— Bay Path University is pleased to again welcome prospective students and their families to visit the Longmeadow campus in person. Tours will be available at designated times Monday - Saturday, and reservations must be made in advance. Detailed safety protocols will be in place to ensure the health and safety of all participants.

“We’re thrilled to welcome prospective students and their families back to campus to experience first hand what makes Bay Path so special,” shared Sarah Wisnouskas, Director of Recruitment Events for Bay Path University. “We’ve spent months building and testing our COVID protocols to ensure that we can offer these tours safely. There’s nothing like walking a campus to feel the culture and climate of a college or university, and we’re confident that we can offer these tours in a way that prioritizes what is always our number one goal - keeping students safe and cared for.”

When allowing visitors on campus, Bay Path will be following the guidelines set forth by the state of Massachusetts; as such not all buildings will be available to tour.

To schedule an in person campus visit or for more information on visitation requirements, or please visit baypath.edu/visit.  For those prospective students or families who wish to tour campus virtually, individual guided virtual campus tours are still being held Monday - Friday. Please visit baypath.edu/visit for more information or to schedule your virtual appointment.

 

 

 

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 About Bay Path University

Bay Path University was founded in 1897. With locations in Longmeadow (main), East Longmeadow (Philip H. Ryan Health Science Center), Springfield (MA), Sturbridge (MA), and Concord (MA), Bay Path’s innovative program offerings include traditional undergraduate degrees for women, The American Women's College on-ground and online, the first all-women, all-online accredited bachelor’s degree programs in the country; over 40 graduate programs for women and men, including doctoral degrees; and Strategic Alliances, offering professional development courses for individuals and organizations.  Bay Path’s goal is to give students confidence in the fundamentals of their chosen field, the curiosity to question the ordinary, the leadership to show initiative, and the desire to make a difference.