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Summer Visit Days 2023

Summer is a great time to get to know Augustana College.

Whether it’s your first college visit or you’re just checking another box on your list of campuses to see, these events are for you.

You'll learn about Augustana's mission and values, life on our beautiful campus (we're ranked in the Top 25 for a reason), career development and study abroad, the Quad Cities, admissions and financial aid. Our student tour guides can talk about what life is like as an Augustana Viking!

2023 visit days are June 15, June 26, July 11, July 27, July 31 and Aug. 3. We will start each visit day at 9 a.m. at the Gerber Center for Student Life.

Sign up for June 15

Sign up for June 26

Sign up for July 11

Sign up for July 27

Sign up for July 31

Sign up for Aug. 3

Summer is a great time in the Quad Cities

If you'll be in the area, check out our recommendations for when you visit or see all the Quad Cities has to offer this summer. 

Planning to be in the Quad Cities on a different date? Take your own driving tour of campus with our new tour podcast. 

Brianna Jepson

Brianna Jepson

When I visited Augustana, I instantly fell in love with the beautiful campus and with what the college had to offer me.

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