ACCEPTED STUDENT EVENTS

Congratulations! We are thrilled to invite you to join the Purchase College community. We encourage you to explore the college and take advantage of the many Accepted Student Events we have to offer. If you cannot make it to campus then be sure to connect with us on the Purchase Facebook and Twitter fan pages.

If you have not yet received your decision, please check out our other visit opportunities.

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ACCEPTED STUDENT DAYS

Accepted Student Days are filled with activities designed to give you a true sense of Purchase College. You will have a chance to participate in lively discussions with our faculty and students, discover unique majors, clubs, and opportunities for involvement, explore the campus with our students on a guided tours and find out why Purchase faculty and staff are serving students pancakes at midnight!

Spring 2014 Accepted Student Days are complete. Please consider one of our other visit options.


TEST DRIVE DAYS


Test Drive Days offer students the opportunity to experience a college class and take another look at the Purchase College Campus.

*Not all Boards of Study offer tours. We will do our best to accommodate all requests.
Test Drive Days feature classes in the Liberal Arts and Sciences only. Visual or Performing Arts courses are not featured as part of Test Drive Days.

Test Drive Days are complete. Please consider one of our other visit options!


Upcoming Campus Events

Wednesday, April 16, 4:30 - Visual Arts Building | RM 1016 FREE
Artists Lecture Series
OCD: Bobby Martin and Jennifer Kinnon
Jennifer Kinon & Bobby Martin are designers and educators who co-founded OCD (Original Champions of Design). Together they develop brand identity systems for a broad range of clients that include, among others, the National Basketball Association, Girl Scouts of the USA and Friends of the High Line.

Wednesday, April 16th, 5pm - The Passage Gallery
Iteration Zero: breaking bytes
Purchase College School of Natural and Social Sciences
Iteration Zero: breaking bytes presents projects that reflect the ideas that define modern computer science and how the minds of computer scientists work. Through interactive websites, experimental games, computer simulation and social networking, students in the Purchase College Mathematics and Computer Science program consider the technical, aesthetic and psychological aspects of how data is structured, represented, and accessed through innovative interfaces.

Thursday, April 17th, 8pm - Music Building | Recital Hall
Spring Concert One
Purchase Purcussion Ensemble
Featuring the music of Steve Reich:
Nagoya Marimbas (1994),
Electric Counterpoint (1987 - adpated for mallet percussion by Shimon Fukasaku),
Sextet (1984).

Friday, April 18th, 7:30pm - Performing Arts Center | Reperatory Theatre
Blood Wedding
School of the Arts - Conservatory of Theatre Arts
Featuring the Junior Acting Company, with deisgn and production by the students of Design/Technology. In the hill country of Spain, a man learns his former fiancée is to be married, and a passion awakens in him that will not be quenched until he has destroyed her wedding day. Lorca’s gorgeous, poetic tragedy explores the mystery of love and questions the social rules of civilized life.
Friday, April 18th at 7:30pm
Saturday, April 19th at 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Wednesday, April 23rd at 7:30pm
Thursday, April 24th at 7:30pm
Friday, April 25th at 7:30pm
Saturday, April 26th at 1:30pm

Wednesday, April 23, 4:30 - Visual Arts Building | RM 1016 FREE
Artists Lecture Series
Laleh Khorramian (MFA Visiting Artist)
Laleh Khorramian is a visual artist based in upstate New York. Animation, digital media and found footage supplements use of traditional artistic media in her practice, like collage, mono-typing and drawing. In a vacillating process between them, Khorramian integrates fiction with spectacle and theatre constructions to explore the discarded and chance outcomes as a creative strategy.

Saturday, May 3, 8pm – Performing Arts Center
Michael Feinstein’s The Gershwins and Me
For Tickets call: 914-251-6200
In Michael Feinstein’s club acts in New York City and throughout the world this most-celebrated of male cabaret artists has been acclaimed for his explorations of songs popularized by Sinatra as well as the great composers of the American Songbook. But his performance explorations of the Gershwins have not been equaled by any other artist performing today, or yesterday, or quite likely tomorrow.

Sunday, May 4, 3pm – Performing Arts Center
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
For Tickets call: 914-251-6200
This is one of the great up-and-coming touring companies, and chances are you will be treated to choreography you have never seen before. They are known for innovation and new works, and their performances are rooted in the athleticism of contemporary dance. Based in two homes, Aspen and Santa Fe, this troupe has no in-house choreographer and instead relies on the work of often little-known dance-makers.


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New students, connect with our Digital Student Ambassadors on Facebook and follow them on Twitter to get the inside scoop on all things Purchase!

Digital Ambassadors Jack Tomascak
Jack is an Arts Management major from Kensington, CT and is also very involved in The Stood.
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Digital Ambassadors Zach Raffio
Zach is a Cinema Studies major from Croton, NY and is also a Resident Assistant.
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Isabella is a Playwriting and Screenwriting major from Poughkeepsie, NY. Isabella is also a Resident Assistant.
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Digital Ambassadors Shayska (a.k.a., Shy) Gonzalez
Shy is from Newburgh, NY. She''s majoring in Language and Culture with a focus on Spanish, and she is also a Resident Advisor.
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IN TOWN FOR A WHILE?

Enjoy a show at the Performing Arts Center

 Visit our Neuberger Museum of Art.

Explore the attractions and shopping of Westchester County.