Visit opportunities for admitted students
You did the work, and you got your first Augustana A. Now, it's time to get to know us a little better. These visit opportunities are just for admitted students. You'll have a chance to get to know current students, meet campus staff (like coaches, student support, financial aid and others), sit in on a class and more.
Check out the opportunities to connect with campus virtually and in person.
Tour campus with a current student, meet an admissions counselor and learn more about the application process and the opportunities for discovery, adventure and friendship at Augustana.
A series of special events just for admitted students (no parents, please!) where you'll hear from current students, ask your questions and connect with other admitted students and future classmates.
→ Live virtual campus tour
It's like being on campus, without leaving home! Current students will lead you through our virtual tour, highlight their favorite spots on campus and share their life-changing Augustana experiences and more through Google Meet. Register for one of these sessions below.
Schedule a virtual meeting with campus staff, faculty and coaches. You can choose to meet with a professor, financial aid, a coach, the music or theatre department, CORE (Careers, Opportunities, Research, Exploration), OSID (Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity), and student support services. Meet with one, or everyone. The choice is yours.
Ask questions, talk about experiences or just chit chat with a current Augustana student. It's a great opportunity to ease any nerves about the transition to college and learn more about life on campus.
Find out what classes at Augustana are really like. Join a real Augustana class via Zoom.
Meet the professors and mentors who shape the minds and expand the knowledge of Augustana students. You'll have a chance to learn more about a major, opportunities for research, study abroad, internships and more.
Your admissions counselor will be your guide throughout the application process. Connect with your counselor and get answers to questions about the applying for admission and financial aid, plus an other burning questions you might have about life on campus, opportunities and more.