Dickinson is remote for the fall. Prospective students may contact our admissions office and schedule a visit. Campus buildings are closed. Face coverings are required on campus.
video by Joe O'Neill
While Dickinson is holding all classes remotely this semester because of COVID-19, campus can still be a destination for high school students and their families. For instance, tours for small groups are available (with social distance in mind), and individual tours with members of our admissions team are also an option. Registration in advance is required.
But if you feel like seeing the inside of buildings as well, and on your own, the college's new self-guided 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 (like the one below), photo galleries and information about the space and links to learn more.
More stops are being added regularly, and you can pick up a map with the full list from one of five red info boxes located around campus.
Published August 31, 2020