Visiting campus is a great way to see if UW-La Crosse is the right fit for you!
Please note: Visit options fill quickly during busy campus visit seasons (early-April, late-July, and August) and reservations should be made at least two weeks in advance.
Once you've decided to visit, we encourage you to review the
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Campus tours, lasting approximately one hour and led by a member of the Vanguard organization, are available at 11:00 a.m. and 2:15 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the school year while classes are in session. During the summer session, tours are offered at 11:00 a.m. only, Monday through Friday. Admissions counselors are available to answer questions at the conclusion of your tour.
Please note: Tours are not offered December 11-January 25 or March 16-20 (Spring Break).
Campus Close-Ups provide prospective new freshmen and families the opportunity to learn more about UW-La Crosse, including our academic programs, financial aid, and the admissions process. Members of the Vanguard organization lead a panel discussion about campus life, and the day concludes with a one-hour walking tour of campus led by a current student. The only cost to you for attending Campus Close-Up is lunch. View a sample agenda for the day.
2014- 2015 Campus Close-Up Dates:
April 24, 2015
Group Information Sessions are one-hour presentations by an admissions counselor designed to provide an overview of UW-L and the new freshman admissions process. These sessions are followed by a one-hour walking tour of campus, led by a member of the Vanguard organization. Group Information Sessions are available at 10:00 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. on select dates during the fall and spring semesters and summer.
Please note: Visit options fill quickly, and reservations should be made at least two weeks in advance. Please note: Tours are not offered December 11-January 25 or March 16-20 (Spring Break).
Individual appointments with a transfer admission counselor are recommended for transfer students who have not yet applied for admission. The appointment will include information about the application process and admission guidelines. Schedule your visit online.
Please note: Admitted transfer students who have questions regarding registration and academic advising are encouraged to contact the Dean's Office for the College to which they are assigned. (See your admission letter if you are unsure.) Please do not schedule an individual appointment to meet with a transfer admission counselor. Visit the Admitted Transfer Students webpage (Advising & Registration tab) for a listing of College contacts.
Individual appointments with admissions counselors are available from September through June and are designed for prospective students who are unable to attend a Campus Close-Up or a Group Information Session. We also encourage you to make a reservation for a campus tour. Please note: Tours are not offered December 11-January 25 or March 16-20 (Spring Break).
Thank you for your interest in UW-La Crosse. Group visits are designed for groups of six or more students in grades 9 - 12 (ex: college access groups, organizations, clubs, or high school groups). We enjoy organizing information sessions and campus tours with the prospective college student in mind.
Group presentations can be modified to your group's desired level and can be modified in length. A two-hour visit is comprised of a one-hour admissions presentation followed by a one hour walking tour of campus. If your visit includes a tour it must be scheduled around the 11 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. tour times. Visits and tours are available during the academic calendar (September 2- December 10 and January 26 - May 8) and in the summer (June 2 - August 22). We ask for a minimum of three weeks notice before your intended visit.
While we try our best to accommodate additional requests (student panels and departmental presentations), these requests are not guaranteed. In addition, during busy times of year we may not be able to honor all visit requests as we plan our visits on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please notify the Admissions Office if you need to cancel, modify, or will be late for your campus visit. We ask for 48 hours notice to cancel your visit (excluding weather related/unavoidable issues). Late-arriving groups may not be able to participate in all scheduled activities.
To set up your special school/group visit at least three weeks in advance of your requested date, please contact Joshua Rybaski at email@example.com or 608.785.8939.
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If you are interested in learning more about the opportunities in art, communication, music, or theatre arts at UW-La Crosse, then this event is for you! Our next Arts and Communication Day will be held in fall 2015. We hope to see you then!
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