Outreach Tours and Group Visits
Outreach Tours are designed only for classes or other college bound student outreach organization from high schools or community colleges to visit The University of Arizona. They can be offered at multiple dates and varied times during weekdays and are available in the following options:
We are no longer offering Outreach Tours for the remainder of the 2013-2014 Academic Year, however we are currently accepting reservations for Summer Visits between June 2nd and August 8th.
Summer Visits consist of an Admissions Presentation and a self-guided Campus Trivia Exploration Activity.
Scheduling tips and guidelines:
-At least 3-4 weeks advance notice is required to schedule a visit.
-We can only accommodate groups of 75 students or less, and we require one chaperone for every 25 students.
-Available dates are limited so please have multiple dates in mind.
-We are unable to show residence halls.
-Groups are responsible for their own transportation, parking arrangements, meals and/or lodging, and arranging appointments to any other campus departments.
To schedule a Summer Visit for your class or college-bound student outreach organization, please call us at 520-621-3641 or email email@example.com
Notes/Reminder: We currently accepting Summer Visit requests for May 19th through August 8th. Spring 2014 Outreach/Group Tours are no longer available.
Arizona Road Trip
Arizona Road Trip is a structured, monthly visit program where high school groups (or other college bound student groups) throughout the state, have a unique opportunity to visit our campus, learn about the admissions process, eat lunch in the Student Union and explore academic and student services.
Arizona Road Trip begins at 9:30am and lasts until 2pm. Schools in attendance are expected to be on campus during this time and participate fully in the entire program and its various sessions.
A minimum of one month advance notice is required for a request. In order to accommodate multiple schools, group sizes must be 50 students or less, and a minimum of 20 students. There must be one chaperone for every 25 students in attendance. Groups are responsible for arranging their own transportation to campus.
Lunch will be provided for students and chaperones - when submitting your request, please provide exact numbers for attendance. If your attendance figures change, please notify the Office of Admissions at least ten business days prior to your visit. Having exact numbers helps to keep this program free for prospective students!
Available Date for the 2013-2014 Academic Year:
All of our Arizona Road Trip Programs have filled for the remainder of this academic year. Please check back in August for our 2014-2015 program schedule!