September 18-28 tours are CAMPUS ONLY (no residence access). October 2 tours (and onward) can include residence.
Fall/winter campus and residence tours (offered early October to early December and January to early April) are open for registration.
Choosing a non-open house weekend tour (when the campus is in limited operations) means not all academic areas are accessible and all support offices are closed.
Note that all tours have a limited capacity. Please refrain from booking a group size that does not reflect the actual number of total guests.
We do not maintain waitlists for campus tours. Please check back frequently to see if spaces have opened for your desired date. If no information shows on a specific date, that means that regular tours are not offered that day.
Guests cannot self-book online a day or two ahead of a tour. For example, you will not be able to reserve a visit today for tomorrow (even if spaces are showing as available). Tours must be booked in advance so we can plan accordingly for any required accommodations and schedule our student guide staffing.
We are unable to accommodate any "walk-ins" or "add-ons" on the day of a tour.
Tour confirmation emails are sent immediately after booking. Please check spam/junk/clutter/promotions folders or search for something from firstname.lastname@example.org, as some email providers are prone to filter these confirmation emails.
Instead of a tour, you may wish to attend one of our two Open House events: Fall Preview Day in November (Sunday, November 19) and Spring Open House (Saturday, March 23). Our Open House events are large, campus-wide events. On those days, visitors will have far greater access to campus buildings, residence buildings, faculty, staff, and services than on a regular campus tour.
Registration for Fall Preview Day will open by early October.Registration for Spring Open House will open in early 2024.
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If you can't visit in-person, here are a few other options: