When classes are in session, campus tours are scheduled Monday through Thursday during the morning and afternoon, Friday mornings and on select Saturdays at 10 a.m.
Every campus tour provides an opportunity to meet with and hear from our Admissions staff and take a 90-minute walking tour of campus. Your visit will include visits to the Student Center, residence halls and rooms, classroom buildings, Halle Library, and other campus areas that interest you. Weekday morning tours include free lunch (September-April only), additional interaction with students and staff and typically concludes around 1 p.m.
Have you already been admitted to EMU? We invite you to visit campus for one of our Admitted Student Visits. This visit will include a Day In the Life tour of campus, a meeting with your academic department, and lunch. Learn more and sign up here.
Need information on where to park and where to stay when you visit? Get visitor information.
Group tours are available for schools or educational community groups of 7 to 150 students in ninth grade and above. When classes are in session, group tours are offered on Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. Other dates and times can be considered but are not guaranteed. To request a group tour or to request additional information, please fill out our online group tours request form. Due to high demand, group tour dates are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis and only one tour can be accommodated on available dates. Please request your visit date at least 2 weeks in advance to allow sufficient planning.
Email [email protected] with any questions.
The Honors College holds information sessions and tours to showcase its features for highly-qualified and motivated EMU students. Prospective students and families will meet honors students, faculty, and staff. Tours include lunch in The Commons and visits to the Honors College's building and Downing Hall, one of the Honors residence halls.
EMU's transfer advisers are available to help you with all parts of the transfer process. During your appointment, the adviser you meet with can assist you with all parts of the transfer application process.
If you can't make it to campus for an official visit, there are other ways you can get to know our community.