University of Minnesota Duluth Campus Preview Program

    Campus Preview is an event offered the same week as Minnesota's MEA break, Wednesday, October 19; Thursday, October 20; and Friday, October 21. Here is what you can expect:

    Check-in:

    - 15-20 minutes before your scheduled Admissions Program.
     
    Admissions Presentation:

    - A UMD admissions counselor will deliver a 30-minute presentation on everything you need to know about UMD, including academics, campus facilities, campus life, the Duluth community, student outcomes, and the admission/financial aid processes. 
     
    Campus Tour:
     
    - A UMD student tour guide will show you the highlights of our beautiful campus including academic buildings, the Kathryn A. Martin Library, our Multicultural Center, recreational facilities, and more! Campus tours last around 60 minutes.
     
    *Please note that because of the number and size of the tours during MEA we are unable to show guests a residence hall room. A mock showroom will be available within the Academic & Student Service Information Fair.

    Academic & Student Service Information Fair:

    - Campus representatives—including faculty, staff, and students from UMD’s collegiate units, supportive services, and student activities—will be on hand to share information and answer your questions. Additionally, a mock housing showroom will be available for viewing. This program is arranged so you can come and go as you please throughout the day. Please note, if your tour and presentation sessions are scheduled later in the day, arrive early enough to take advantage of the Information Fair.
     


     
    Important Visit Information

    1. Please do not attend your visit if you or anyone in your household is ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
    2. Due to limited capacity, we encourage a maximum of two guests per registered student.
    3. If you are coming with another registered student and prefer to be in the same tour group, please list this in the additional requests section. We cannot guarantee requests that are not made at the time of registration.
    4. Each prospective student must register in advance.
    5. Due to the volume of guests over these program days, we will not be able to accommodate individual requests from visitors. However, during the Information Fair, there will be representatives from admissions, campus partners, collegiate advisors, and faculty available to answer any specific questions you may have.
    6. Please Note: If driving, vehicle information (license plate and vehicle type) is required to park on campus in our visitor lots. Campus lots are enforced year-round. Please have this information available when completing your visit registration.

    We recommend if you are planning to stay overnight in Duluth, that you make hotel reservations early as availability does get limited the closer you get to the event. For lodging suggestions, check out our Travel Information webpage.

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