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Come for a visit, leave a Bulldog!

We get it. You wanna kick the tires, check the place out, catch the vibe, and stuff like that. Well, we'd love to make your acquaintance.

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Click on the links below to learn more about UMD's visit options and to schedule your campus visit. 

Campus Visit Programs include a presentation from an admission representative and a campus tour from a student tour guide. Tours are available Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and select Saturdays. In addition to your tour, you may also schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor. With at least two weeks notice, academic and campus partner appointments may be arranged. Appointments are subject to departmental availability.

All of our Saturday General Campus Visit programs for Spring 2017 are full.

Bulldog Fridays have the added bonus of an Academic and Student Service Information Fair where you’ll have the chance to talk with representatives from campus departments and schools. By the end of the day, you’ll have all the tools you need to decide if you’re destined to be a Bulldog. Many people choose to make a weekend of it and stay to explore further what makes UMD and the city of Duluth so special.

All of our Bulldog Friday Campus Visit programs for Spring 2017 are full.

This day is tailored specifically for students who are juniors in high school. The Junior Open House is an excellent way to learn more and see more when you visit UMD! The day includes a Campus Information Fair where you'll have the chance to talk with representatives from campus departments and schools, a Student Panel where you will be able to hear from current students and ask them questions, an Admissions Presentation to provide you with general information about UMD and the admissions and financial aid criteria and processes, and a general Campus Tour.

All of our Bulldog Junior Day Campus Visit programs for Spring 2017 are full.

After selecting your visit day to UMD, you and your parent (if email provided) will receive a confirmation email with a parking pass, directions to campus, and itinerary of your visit.

If you are unable to print your parking pass, contact our office at, and we will mail you a parking permit. Please allow five-seven business days for our office to process this request. Campus visitors are directed to park in Gold Lot A with their assigned parking permit. Once parked, follow directional signage to your campus visit location.

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