Visit North Park University
Visiting campus is the best way to get a feel for what it's like to be a student at North Park, and we'd love to welcome you!
The Undergraduate Admissions Office is open every weekday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, and many Saturdays throughout the year. We are closed every Sunday. View the full schedule.
Learn about all your options for visiting campus using the links below.
If you're a prospective graduate student or seminarian interested in visiting, please contact your admission counselor or call (773) 244-5500.
An individual on-campus experience can give you flexibility and include such personalized features as a class visit, a meeting with a professor or coach, a campus tour, and an overnight stay in a dorm. We'll even pick you up at the airport!
Visit campus with other prospective students so you're not just getting to know North Park but future classmates, too. Preview Days offer special opportunities to hear a student panel, meet faculty from many departments, and more.
If you would like to lead a group of middle or high schoolers or a church or nonprofit group for a visit to North Park, find out about your three program options.
Until the day when you can visit us in person, you might enjoy our online campus tour, with 360° panoramas immersing you in over 100 spots all over campus.
High school counselors and administrators looking to learn more about North Park can visit without students for research purposes. Specialized visit options work to make your time on campus as helpful and informative as possible.
We're not hard to find — just a mile from I-90/94 and walking distance from the "L" train — whether you're coming from north, south, east, or west.
Visiting high school seniors can usually stay overnight on campus, hosted by a current North Park student, and this directory of nearby hotels can help family members and others find a convenient place to stay.
We like to think North Park's setting represents the best of two worlds: all the resources and culture of the city along with peaceful spaces and natural beauty. Here's our campus map to get you oriented.