Create a campus visit that suits you
You can't see it all in a day, but a custom visit lets you create a campus experience that suits you best.
Pick up to four options for your day at Augustana. Lunch counts as one option. (If this is your first visit, we recommend a campus tour as a good option.)
An Admissions session is included with all visits, but does not count as one of your custom options.
→ When you've made your choices, see the Visit calendar to sign up!
A student ambassador will lead you around our beautiful wooded campus in the heart of the Quad Cities. If you or a guest need help getting around campus, let us know in the comments and we will make accommodations.
Augustana Dining serves up some best-reviewed college food in Illinois. You and a guest will get passes to our buffet-style Gerber Center Dining Room. Additional guests may pay for their lunch using cash, credit, debit cards. Lunch is $10.96 person.
Concerned about special diet needs? Meet with one of our Dining Services team members to see how they work with students to meet their nutritional needs.
Explore academics at Augustana by meeting with a faculty member in your area of interest. If you are exploring more than one area of study, sign up to meet with a second academic department.
Sit in and experience the transformative learning that happens at Augustana! Sign up for a second class visit if you are interested in more than one area of study.
Music and theatre
Choir, band and orchestra meetings
Visit with a member of our choir, band or orchestra to learn about the opportunities Augustana offers to broaden your understanding and love of music, as well as perform locally and abroad.
Brunner Theatre tour
Enjoy a VIP backstage pass to explore the dynamic Brunner Theatre Center.
A theatre professor will pull back the curtain to show you all the dynamic opportunities offered by Augustana on and off the stage.
Meet a coach
Augustana is a leader in the nation for the number of student-athletes who are named Academic All-Americans. Vikings know how to balance their education with foundational athletic opportunities. Meet with one of our coaches to find out how they do it.
Special offices and services
Learn more about the ways Augustana guides students towards growth in mind, body and spirit.
Careers, Opportunities, Research and Exploration (CORE)
CORE is a fundamental part of making sure students are prepared for life after Augustana. In this presentation, a CORE representative will showcase all the opportunities provided to Augie students.
A member of the Entrepreneurial Development through Guided Experiences (EDGE) team will discuss how EDGE connects students with community organizations in need of communications, marketing and creative services.
Student Inclusion and Diversity
The Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity creates an inclusive campus community with an intentional focus on students of color and historically underserved students. By chatting with a staff member, you get to know how you’ll be supported at Augustana.
Are you a first-generation student? If so, the TRIO program at Augustana offers support and guidance as you navigate all the stages of an Augustana education. TRIO is a federal program that provides services to first-generation and economically disadvantaged students. Meet with our TRIO staff to find out more.
Office of Disability Services
The Office of Disability Services supports students with physical, academic or mental disabilities. Meet with the staff to discuss how their services can help you during your Augustana experience.
Brodhal Hall, communication sciences and disorders
Are you interested in becoming an audiologist or speech-language pathologist? Tour Brodahl Hall, our innovative center for communication sciences and disorders, where you’ll see first-hand how our students are transforming lives.
Hanson Hall, engineering physics
Augustana’s new Bachelor of Science in Engineering makes sure graduates have the tools they need to excel. This tour will take you around new facilities and labs.
Fryxell Geology Museum
Dig a little deeper into the past, present and future of our world by taking a tour of our Fryxell Geology Museum. Here you’ll get a first-hand look at some of the resources students use to study and explore the geosciences.