Schedule A Visit

Dickinson visits are open to prospective first year students (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors) and prospective transfer students. Please read below about the ways to visit and explore campus.

For your safety and the safety of our community, we are following CDC guidelines and requiring masking indoors, even for vaccinated individuals.

Out of an abundance of caution and in keeping with our current COVID-19 procedures, visitors to campus will not be permitted to enter our residence halls or view a dorm room in person. We recognize that this might be a disappointment, but we appreciate your understanding and encourage you to view our Residence Life & Housing album on Flickr to explore these spaces virtually.

 
 

Campus Tours

Offered most weekdays, this visit type features entry into campus buildings during a small-group tour led by a current student guide. Tours may run 60-75 minutes dependent on weather and tour group size.
 

Information Sessions

Information Sessions, offered weekdays throughout the summer, will highlight the distinctive nature of a Dickinson education and are led by a member of the admissions team. The information session runs approximately 45 minutes.
 

Interviews

The campus interview is available most weekdays and offered to students entering their senior year of high school, prospective transfer students, or nontraditional applicants. Interviews are one-on-one conversations with a member of our team. Please select your visit date to display available interview options.
 



Fall Open House

High school juniors and seniors, join us for a Discover Dickinson Fall Open House. Learn more about the academic experience from our faculty and current students. Tour campus, enjoy lunch on campus or in Carlisle, and check out various open office hour opportunities. You'll also get a chance to hear from admissions and financial aid representatives, as well as from Dickinson's senior administrators.

November 13


Self-Guided Visits

Our Mermaid Tour QR code campus tour is a fun and convenient way to check out some campus spots and notable buildings. Currently 17 spaces on campus—from Old West to the Kline Center, Morgan Field to the Academic Quad—offer scan codes that allow visitors to access multimedia content, including videos, photo galleries and information about the space and links to learn more. No registration is required.

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 (Note: Please review our current procedures prior to arriving on campus.)
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Can't make it to campus? Check out our schedule of 
virtual visit options.

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