Help families plan summer campus visits
There’s still plenty of time for students and families to register for Minnesota Private College Week, June 25 through 29, to check summer campus visits off their to-do lists. Sessions are held each day from 9:30 to noon and 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on all 17 of our campuses. Please considering sharing the following resources to help them plan their visits:
- FAQs about the event
- our tips on how to make the most their visit
- directions and parking info for each campus, with a link for alternative transportation options too
Other summer campus visit options
If the last week of June doesn’t fit into a family’s schedule, there are other options. Some of our campuses host special events and tours for high school seniors and juniors during the summer in addition to Minnesota Private College Week. And for those that don’t, families can schedule a personal visit. Check out our summer campus visits schedule.
Planning on bringing a group to Minnesota Private College Week?
Although we prefer that students register themselves, counselors can register to bring a group of students. There are several ways to do this:
- ONLINE: Use our online registration system. This is the best method for groups of less than 10 students.
- OFFLINE: Fill out our group visit sign-up sheet and submit it directly to the college you want to visit. This is the best method for groups of 10 or more students.
If your group is large, please contact admission offices ahead of time to make sure the college can accommodate your group.
Also be sure to read our group visit guidelines, which cover chaperone expectations and grade level restrictions in addition to providing other helpful advice to make the visit go as smoothly as possible.
Come without students!
Minnesota Private College Week isn’t just for families. It’s also a great way for you — in your role as a counselor — to get to know more about our colleges. It’ll also give you a first-hand experience of what the event is like. We have a separate online form for counselors to use when registering for visits without students.