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Visiting a college campus, spending time with people who are part of the community and seeing for yourself what a college is all about are key ways to determine your fit. For your convenience, Dickinson offers a variety of ways for you to experience our vibrant campus community.

Self-Guided Campus Tour

Students and families interested in self-guided tours of campus are welcome to explore Dickinson. Maps are available in several red kiosks around campus and include a self-guided tour route with scannable content in many locations. (Note: Please review our current procedures prior to arriving on campus.)

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Virtual Fall Open House Recordings

Did you miss our Oct. 22-24 Discover Dickinson Virtual Fall Open House? View the session recordings to get a glimpse of this three-day, student-led “Choose Your Own Adventure” event, which provided the scoop on admissions, academics and student life. 

Interviews

Interviewing can help us get to know you and learn more about your personal experiences, goals and aspirations for college; however, participating in an interview is not required for admission to Dickinson. If you wish to interview, you must do so before your application deadline. Interviews are offered via phone, Skype or Zoom to students starting in April of the junior year in high school, and are available Monday through Friday. To confirm availability and schedule an interview, please call us at 800-644-1773 or register online.

View our full array of virtual-visit options and explore Dickinson anytime, from anywhere!

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Dine with a Dickinsonian

This is another opportunity to ask questions about the student experience on campus and live a little piece of the Dickinson experience with a current student. Meet your hosts—members of the Triton Admissions Ambassadors—in the lobby of the Admissions Office for your lunch ticket. 

Lunch with a Professor

Dickinson students’ professors are not just teachers, they are mentors who remain in your life beyond your college years. This visit experience provides students the opportunity to attend a small group lunch hosted by a professor. 

Red Devil Days

Experience life as a Dickinsonian by shadowing a student for the day! The Red Devil Day is designed for the high school senior who wants to experience a true “day in the life” of a Dickinsonian. Each visit is customized for you and typically includes (but is not limited to) attending a class, spending time with a current Dickinson student and having lunch in the Dining Hall. Optional requests may include a campus tour or on-campus interview.