Please consider the following campus visit options for admitted students, and choose the opportunities that best meet your needs. We offer four admitted student days, or you can visit campus when your schedule allows. Please note that we are not offering overnight visits.
Refer to the visit chart to view options offered on specific days.
Admitted Student Days
Attend one of our Admitted Student Days to meet faculty, students, and other members of the Notre Dame community. Watch for an email invitation with a personalized registration link.
Chat with an Admissions Counselor
If you or your parents/guardians have general questions about the next steps in the enrollment process, you may schedule a 15-minute chat with an Admissions Counselor. Click here to schedule your appointment. Because of other scheduled events for admitted students, appointments will not be available during our Admitted Student Day programming on March 26, and April 9, 16, and 23.
Student-guided Campus Tour
Originating from Room 220, Main Building, Monday through Friday at 11:15 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. or Saturday at 10:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Eastern Time. No appointment necessary. Note: Tour times may vary during Admitted Student Days on March 26, and April 9, 16, and 23. Tours will not be available during Notre Dame's spring break and the Easter holiday.
Request a Day Host
Experience a day on campus as a Notre Dame student, hosted by a current student who has similar interests. Typically beginning mid-morning and ending mid-afternoon, you'll attend a class, eat lunch in the dining hall, visit a residence hall, and possibly join your host at other events and activities. Day Hosts are not available on Saturday or Sunday. Click here to schedule your visit. Please refer to this chart for available visit dates. We require a 14 day notice for a daytime visit. Please note that due to Admitted Student Days programming, Day Hosts will not be available on March 26, and April 9, 16, and 23. If you are planning to attend Admitted Student Days and would like a Day Host, we can accommodate you on the Tuesday following the events.
Prior to your arrival, we will send you information regarding your itinerary and student host. Your visit will include complimentary meals along with guest access to campus recreation centers. To access the recreation centers, please show your photo ID and identify yourself as an admitted student.
Information regarding visitor parking and parking rates can be found here. Visitor parking is located on the west end of the Walsh Architecture Parking Lot. Please visit map.nd.edu and select the Visitor Parking overlay to view these areas on the map.
For additional assistance or questions regarding your campus visit, please email our Campus Visit Coordinator or call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (574) 631-7505 and identify yourself as an admitted student so that we may better assist you in planning your campus visit.