Campus visits allow us to meet you and you us.
We invite you to explore Lafayette via a campus tour, a group information session, a Leopard for a Day visit, or an open house.
Become an active member of the Lafayette family for a day, interacting with students, faculty, and staff and learning if our dynamic community fits what you are looking for. If you have already decided to enroll, we welcome you to become more familiar with the Lafayette environment, and help us convince your peers to make the same great decision!
You’ll have the chance to tour the campus, visit several residence halls, learn about academic opportunities, and attend a student-led discussion about undergraduate life. Other highlights include a presentation on our innovative Gateway career planning program, a “Financing Your Education” session, a deans’ panel on student life, and a panel of Lafayette parents. Professors will conduct sample classes or department open houses to help you learn more about humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering at Lafayette.
Talk with current students from a wide variety of organizations during lunch. They’ll tell you about the incredibly diverse opportunities our students have in extra- and co-curricular life.
Registration information was included in your acceptance packet.
Dress comfortably and plan to get to know Lafayette better. Contact Alex Bates, associate director of admissions, at (610) 330-5107 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or to advise us of last-minute changes in travel plans.
The Office of Financial Aid will offer individual appointments starting at 9:30 a.m. They will be made on a first-come, first-served basis at registration from 8:30-9:15 a.m.
Spend the day with a current student. These visits, are a great way to get to know Lafayette. You may attend class, dine on campus, and meet professors. An appointment is required. Please register online at least two weeks in advance to reserve your spot.
Lafayette comes alive each day with a powerful mix of scholarly energy, dynamic talent, and fearless attitude. As you weigh your college options, we invite you to witness the power of a Lafayette education.
Attend classes of your choosing, meet students, tour campus, grab a bite to eat in one of our dining halls, ask questions at a specialized information session, and enjoy coffee or tea with professors at an informal gathering to hear about their scholarship, teaching, and the roles they relish as professor-mentors.
Information on Campus tours and Group information sessions will be provided shortly. Registration for weekday group information sessions is optional but strongly encouraged.
Prologue is an annual event for newly admitted students from geographically, culturally, and ethnically diverse backgrounds to explore the Lafayette community. See for yourself if Lafayette’s inspiring approach to creating an inclusive learning environment and decide if our community is right for you.