Visiting campus is an important part of your decision-making process. It gives you the chance to learn firsthand about our warm, welcoming, and tight-knit community. It allows us to learn more about you, too!
So that we can follow all health and safety precautions, tours will be offered by appointment only and will be limited to one family at a time. All visitors are required to wear face masks while on campus.
Tours will include stops in classrooms, the dining hall, residence halls, arts and athletic facilities, as well as social gathering and study spaces.
Personalize Your Visit
An important part of your campus visit is a conversational interview with a member of our Admission team. Remember to bring your questions because we love talking about our programs, our students, and our community! Out of an abundance of caution, this intervew will take place during your walking tour of campus rather than inside the Admission office. Alternatively, we are happy to schedule a virtual interview (via Skype or Zoom) for a later date.
The interview is your opportunity to help us learn more about your interests, passions, and aspirations. What are you eager to learn about? What will you bring to the Canterbury community as a scholar, an athlete, an artist, or a leader? When you think about your future, what excites you? We're excited to get to know you!
If there is someone, in particular, with whom you’d like to meet while you are here (e.g., an academic department chair, a coach, a member of our music or art department), please feel free to let us know at the time you arrange your appointment.
Can’t Get Here?
While there’s no substitute for visiting our beautiful campus in person, a virtual appointment is the next best thing! We invite you to video conference with a member of our Admission team (and any other member of our community with whom you would like to meet), who will give you the best possible ‘virtual glimpse’ into our unique Canterbury experience.