Visit A&S


Current high school students are invited to visit the College of Arts & Sciences to learn more about our programs and meet with a member of the recruitment staff. Students interested in studying the Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Geological Sciences, Neuroscience, & Physics)Psychologyor in Pre-Med/Pre-Healthcare options can take part in a pre-arranged specialty visit scheduled exclusively on Fridays during the academic year. 

Click Here To Register For A Natural Science Visit Day, Psychology Visit Day, Or A Pre-Med/Pre-Healthcare Information Session


Students interested in any of our 21 other majors can submit the webform below to schedule their personalized visit. Available options for your personalized visit include:

  • Official campus tour including a tour of the residence Hall, Haggin Hall
  • Speak with a representative from a specific major/program  
  • Meet with a coordinator from one of our Living Learning Programs 
  • Sit in on a class - only offered during the academic year
  • Meet with a current student ambassador  - only offered during the academic year
After completing the initial sections, the webform will generate additional questions regarding the options above. We will do our best to accommodate all requests; however, we cannot guarantee appointments. Please try to schedule your visit at least two weeks in advance.


After completing the initial sections, the webform will generate additional questions.
Pre-arranged Specialty Visits
UK Visitor Center Information

       Vistor Center (Click here to register for an official UK visitor tour)

*Please allow at least 2 weeks' notice for department visit requests. Also, please do _not_ schedule your visit on weekends or during official UK Holidays (see:
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Residence Hall Tour
*This is a 45-minute walking tour. Please dress with the weather in mind and wear comfortable shoes.
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