COVID-19

Information and Updates for the Iona Community on Coronavirus

Freshman Campus Visits & Tours

Come see us, and let us show you around a little!

Iona College offers the best of both worlds – a beautiful suburban campus setting in New Rochelle only 20 miles away from the heart of New York City.

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Accepted Students Days


Congratulations to our Accepted Students!

We will be hosting two Accepted Students Days: March 28 (virtual) and April 24 (in-person, adhering to current state guidelines for in-person events). Both days kick-off at 10 a.m.

It’s time to get excited!

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Private Campus Tours


Individual, private campus tours are currently offered for prospective students and their families! Multiple family tours are not being offered at this time, nor will we be able to accommodate walk-ins.

You must pre-register, and tours will be offered hourly Monday-Friday.

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Virtual Information Sessions


Join us for an online version of our group tour and information session designed to present attendees with an overview of Iona College’s offerings and campus experience. These sessions are conducted by an Admissions Counselor from Undergraduate Admissions and include a question and answer period.

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Virtual Campus Tour


Take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus, and experience virtually everything that makes Iona College so special!

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Admissions Interviews


Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

We love to speak with prospective students and interviews are strongly encouraged! Interviews give you a chance to learn about us, and it gives us a chance to advocate for you as an applicant! Interviews are conducted in-person or via Zoom, whichever you prefer. You can register for an interview here, or via email at admissions@iona.edu.

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Honors Program


Grounded in a challenging curriculum, the Honors program offers highly-motivated students the resources and opportunities to develop their talents.

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College Assistance Program (CAP) Information Sessions


Iona's College Assistance Program (CAP) is an optional program for students with an IEP offering personalized support to ensure success both in and outside of the classroom. Join us for a CAP virtual information session, and we will be happy to answer all your questions!

Contact Us

Office of Admissions