Visiting Hillsdale College promises a memorable opportunity to experience the unique elements of this undergraduate community, the highlights of which include a picturesque campus, ambitious and active student body, and friendly, dedicated faculty and staff. Visits are offered most days of the academic year and typically include a campus tour with a current student, meal in the dining hall, class lecture for the prospective student*, interview with an Admissions Representative, and an optional night in a residence hall. Special interest appointments, such as a meeting with an athletic coach or attending a fine arts rehearsal, can often also be arranged.
Two weeks' advance notice is requested for all visits. During the peak Admissions months of October, November, March and April, three weeks' notice is advised. Visits are scheduled throughout the academic year on an individual basis during office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time with a select number of Saturday morning tours and interviews available by appointment. Shuttles to campus from Detroit Metropolitan Airport can be arranged throughout the academic year. Summer tours May-August are available by appointment daily at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
To request a campus visit, call our Visit Coordinator at (517) 607-2327. Visiting students will be asked to provide full contact information, high school name and graduation year, academic interest, as well as desired visit dates and activities.
Prospective students and their families are also invited to explore Admissions Special Events available on campus and regionally in the continental United States throughout the academic year. Join the Undergraduate Admissions Mailing List to stay apprised of events that may be taking place in your area.
*Note to parents: In an effort to maintain the class dynamic for current Hillsdale College students, most lectures are available only to prospective students.
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