Northwestern University

Do you have students who are looking for a college to attend? If so, your class should visit Northwestern University as part of the experience. They offer campus tours and school specific programs. Participants can also observe classes and get to see what life on campus entails. Your visit will begin at the Undergraduate Admissions Office.


The class can attend an informational session as part of the campus tour. During the presentation, the team will learn about things such as student life, the university’s six undergraduate schools, and the application process. The session is 45 minutes in length.


If you have pupils interested in a specific undergraduate program, the college offers informational sessions and tours for each of the schools. You can learn about schools such as the Weinburg College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Communication, the School of Education and Social Policy, the Robert R. McCormic School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Medil School of Journalism, and the Henry and Lee Bienen School of Music. The School of Communication offers an overview and a theater tour. During the information session, participants will learn general information about the school. The class will take a tour of the Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts where the class will learn about the requirements for the Theatre major. The Medil School of Journalism Media: Integrated Communications offers both an overview of the program and a tour of the McCormic Center. Northwestern University offers a variety of majors in several fields of study.