Saturday Visits

Saturday Visits

Grad Open House

Madonna University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions hosts Saturday Visits each month. These visits will offer the opportunity for prospective undergraduate students to learn more about becoming a future Crusader, a tour of our beautiful campus, and a complimentary continental breakfast.

We will host Saturday Visits on the following dates:

  • September 23, 2017
  • November 18, 2017
  • December 9, 2017

9:15 to 10 a.m. Check-in with continental breakfast
10 to 10:30 a.m. General Madonna University Admissions Presentation*
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Campus Tour** with Student Ambassador

* Individual admissions appointments are available throughout the week upon request. Please call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 734-432-5339 to connect with your Admissions Officer. If you would like to connect with an athletic coach please refer to

** Due to renovations and construction in our Residence Halls we are unable to show guests the living and dining facilities. Come see us in the fall to tour our new facilities!

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Visit Today, your future is closer than you think!

Located in Livonia, Michigan, Madonna University is located close to world-class professional, cultural, and museum attractions in a safe suburb between Detroit and Ann Arbor. Our campus is more than just a collection of classrooms - it's a community of learners, scholars, and thinkers. Come to a visit program, take a tour, schedule an appointment, meet our students, eat on-campus, or explore the support environment.

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A great education is closer than you think!

Ann Arbor – 30 minutes
Chicago, IL – 4.5 hours
Detroit – 30 minutes
Grand Rapids – 2.4 hours
Kalamazoo – 2 hours
Lansing – 1.3 hours
Toledo, OH – 1.1 hours
Traverse City – 4 hours


Schedule an Individual Visit
Call the Office of Undergrad Admissions at 734-432-5339

Madonna University Visits You
If you are unable to travel to campus, keep in mind that Madonna University travels in the fall and spring to high schools and cities.