You won’t be able to live in Philly during your sport’s season, but you might be able to live in Philly during your off-season and make it back for some training with your team. Talk to your coach about the options.
Yes – coordinate your Philly schedule with your adviser to see what will work best. You’ll likely be able to finish core requirements while in Philly, and maybe take a course at Drexel or the University of the Sciences that isn’t offered at Ursinus to add to your pre-med resume. (See, for instance these Drexel Fall Quarter 2019 courses , and these USciences Fall Semester 2020 courses.)
You won’t be able to go through the Rush Process while in Philadelphia, but current members of the Greek community are able to stay in contact with their siblings while getting the chance to take advantage of Philly.
All rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Juniors and seniors receive priority consideration.
Everywhere! At theaters and galleries, at Independence National Historical Park, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, inside Eastern States Penitentiary, at alum law offices…
No. You pay what you would if you were in Collegeville.
No, as long as you remain a full-time student by taking a minimum of 12 Ursinus Credits. Any Ursinus-in-Philly class, Internship for credit, or Independent Research for credit will count.
Applications for the Fall 2020 program are due by February 28, 2020.