View of Central Hall through some blooming trees.

Virtual Campus Tour


While admissions visits to Hillsdale College are suspended as a result of travel restrictions and out of respect for the health of our guests and campus community, we’re still doing all we can to connect you to Hillsdale. The ever-charismatic Matt Sauer, a 2016 Hillsdale graduate and currently Assistant Director of Ohio and Indiana Recruitment for Admissions, took to campus with the assistance of fellow Hillsdale alumnus and admissions counselor Ben Strickland to offer you the video tour below. It’s no stand-in for being here in person, and buildings were uncharacteristically quiet in the absence of our students, but it’s a fun first introduction to the beautiful grounds and facilities you’ll find here.

If you have any questions, or are interested in learning more, consider joining our mailing list if you haven’t already, meeting your admissions counselor one-on-one for a virtual information session, or registering to join us for one of our planned virtual visit events.

Main Campus Part I

Admissions Counselor Matt Sauer begins his campus tour by showing the buildings on the south half of Hillsdale’s main campus, which include Central Hall, Lane Hall, Kendall Hall, Moss Hall, and Delp Hall. He also tells the story of Hillsdale’s founding, its historical significance, and the academic opportunities provided to our students.

Main Campus Part II

The tour continues with buildings on the northern half of Hillsdale’s main campus, which include the Strosacker Science Building, the Searle Center, Christ Chapel, the Grewcock Student Union, and Mossey Library.

Fine Arts, Athletics, and Residence Life

Within walking distance of main campus are Howard Music Hall, the Fine Arts Building, Roche Sports Complex, the Biermann Center, Hayden Park, and all of our residence halls. We conclude our tour of campus with a discussion of fine arts, athletics, residence life, and the wonderful community you’ll find at Hillsdale.