Daily Campus tours



Schedule a Visit

Schedule a VISIT

Led by one of our university of ambassadors this two-hour tour will let you get a feel for college life and an opportunity to learn more about the University of Utah.

Office of Admissions Changes due to COVID-19

Important Information Regarding Campus Tours: Due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19, the Office of Admissions is canceling campus tours and information sessions through May 1. For those students who want to learn more about our university, check back soon for our virtual event schedule.

For more information on the University of Utah’s response to COVID-19 visit dps.utah.edu/coronavirus/.


Welcome to the University of Utah, a place we like to call Imagine U. Home to an open and welcoming community, world-class faculty and small class sizes. Discover why the University of Utah is the place for U.


You and your family are invited to experience the University of Utah in person and discover the many opportunities available to you, and to get a feel for our amazing campus!

Your visit will last typically two hours and includes an admissions information session, a walking tour of our campus led by a University Ambassador who will share with you some history and traditions, information about student life, getting involved, academics, and their unique student experience, and a preview of our housing facilities.

  • The tours take place five days a week and select Saturdays. Tours begin with a 20-minute information session followed by an approx. 90-minute walking tour. Daily campus tours include a preview of our Heritage Commons student housing and dining facilities.
  • Advance reservation is required.
  • Tours are primarily designed for undergraduate students – graduate students are encouraged to reach out to their department directly for visit options.

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For detailed information about your campus tour, please click here.


There's a lot more to see here at the University of Utah, so make the most of your time spent on campus and look at some of the additional opportunities with specific colleges and majors.