Open House is on Sage’s Troy Campus, with Option to Add a Tour of the Albany Campus 

Prospective undergraduate and transfer students are invited to attend a summer open house on Russell Sage College’s Troy campus on Friday, Aug. 5 from 11 a.m. until approximately 3 p.m.

The open house is free to attend, but registration is requested at

The event will include a tour of the classrooms, Nursing and Health Sciences simulation labs, esports arena, performing arts theaters, residence halls, dining facilities and more on Sage’s Troy campus.

Admission counselors and academic advisors will lead information sessions about applying to Sage, financial aid, classes and student life. 

Attendees can also speak with faculty and current Sage students from a variety of majors. 

Interested students can add a tour of the classrooms, athletics facilities, visual arts galleries and studios and more on Sage’s Albany campus. 

Email [email protected] or call 518-244-2217 with specific questions about the day’s schedule. 

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