Campus Visit CoordinatorErinBoese
Admissions701-252-3467 ext. email@example.com
- Campus visits are individualized for each student! Select a date, time, and what you'd like to see and do while here and we will make it happen! The typical campus visit includes a tour, meeting with your admissions counselor, and meeting with a faculty member in your field of study. Your time on campus can also include visits with performing arts or any coaches who you may be in contact with.
Campus visits take a minimum of two hours. If you want to meet with athletics, audition for performing arts, eat lunch, or sit in on a class, please plan for longer.
Parking on campus is free, and there are four reserved "Future Jimmie" spots right outside of Admissions. We will send full driving and parking directions with your visit itinerary.
You tell us! A standard campus visit involves meeting with your Admissions Counselor, meeting with a professor in your subject area, and a campus tour. In addition, you can request to meet with or audition for Performing Arts, visit with athletics, eat lunch in Knight Hall, or even sit in on a class!
Visits are planned specially for YOU. It takes a minimum of two business days to confirm all parts of your visit. We try our best to email your itinerary out no less than 24 hours in advance.
We try our best to make your time on campus the most fulfilling it can be! Sometimes, though, professors or certain coaches aren't available. If you want to sit in on a class, you'll need to visit M-F Between September-April.
No problem, life happens! Just text your Admissions Counselor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! If you'd like to attend any Jimmie athletic event or UJ concert, play, or performance while you're here, simply let us know and we will provide you with free passes.
Jamestown has many great hotels including the Fairfield Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express, and Gladstone Inn. Mention you're visiting UJ for possible discounts!
Did you sign up as a Business major but recently decide to study Education? Let us know and we'll try our best to update your professor visit and add or subtract any other necessary items to your itinerary!
At this time the University does not require masks. However, if you and your family would prefer, we will make sure everyone involved in your visit is masked. Some members of our faculty do request masks during their portion of the visit.