We encourage prospective students and their parents to visit Keuka College during the academic year, when classes are in session, or during the summer. You can meet with your admissions counselor, talk with current students and faculty members, and seniors can meet with a financial aid counselor.
Join us October 24, 2015 for Fall Open House. The day will feature information about student life, academics, Field Period™, financial aid, scholarships, and more. Explore the College’s majors and minors during our two academic sessions, take a campus tour, learn about the many extracurricular opportunities on campus, and enjoy lunch on us.
Come visit our beautiful lakeside campus Monday - Friday throughout the year. Guided by our admissions staff or a current student, this hour-long tour will show you everything from academic buildings and residence halls to our athletic fields and student life areas.
Virtual Tour: Check out our online virtual tour. With stunning views of campus and a dedicated tour guide, you can check out all Keuka College has to offer.
Take advantage of your day off and come visit us on Columbus Day on October 12, 2015, week of Veterans Day on November 9, 2015, or Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 18, 2016. You’ll take a guided tour of campus, meet other prospective students, and spend one-on-one time with our current students–who can answer all your questions about college life.
Experience a day full of Keuka College pride and community by attending one of our Saturday Showcases - October 17, November 14, December 5, 2015. After your campus tour and Q&A with our admissions staff is complete, you can cheer on our athletes at a home game on select dates, talk with our College alumni and explore the local area that Keuka College calls home.
We encourage teachers, principals, guidance counselors, pastors, and other leaders to bring a group of students to visit our campus. Group visits are an excellent way for kids, teens, and young adults to experience college life for a day and learn what to expect when they enroll at a four-year institution of higher education.
Each visit is tailored to the group, and a variety of activities can be planned. Contact us at (315) 279-5254 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our admissions counselors are available for group presentations at your high school or community based organization. Contact the Office of Admissions at (315) 279-5254 or email@example.com for further information.