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Northwestern Comes to You

Information sessions in your neck of the woods.

Representatives from Northwestern University's Office of Undergraduate Admission travel to locations across the country and the world to provide interested students and their parents an opportunity to learn more about Northwestern.

Additionally, our admission officers travel with representatives from other leading universities. Northwestern has partnered with Dartmouth College, Princeton University, the University of California, Berkeley and Vanderbilt University as part of the Coast to Coast College Tour. At each of these joint travel events, representatives will provide a brief overview of each institution, general information on admission and financial aid policies and a chance to speak informally with admission representatives.

Domestic travel

Northwestern hosts off-campus information sessions in the spring and fall months in major metropolitan areas. Representatives from the Office of Undergraduate Admission will provide you with an overview of Northwestern University, admission procedures and financial aid, allowing time for questions at the end.

Refer to the United States map and click on a particular location to obtain event details and to register for a domestic information session in your area. Purple pins indicate Northwestern Comes To You sessions and the green pins indicate Coast to Coast College Tour sessions.

NOTE: Domestic sessions have concluded for Fall 2017.

Alternatively, click here to view all Coast to Coast College Tour locations.

International travel

Representatives from Northwestern University's Office of Undergraduate Admission travel around the world in the spring and fall months to meet with students and families at public information sessions, high schools, and college fairs.  

In Spring 2018, Northwestern will travel to countries in South America, India, South Asia, the Middle East, the Balkans, and the Mediterranean. See details for these international visits.

Questions about Northwestern's international travel?

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