Visit & Engage
We have many options, in-person and online, for you to experience Hamilton’s vibrant community, learn about academics, and connect with current students. Review the selections and register below.
Campus Visit & Tour
On-campus tours and information sessions can be scheduled online. The number of daily visitors is capped, and arrival times are staggered to ensure an optimal campus visit experience.
Junior Preview Saturdays
As you begin your college search, we invite you to take an early look at Hamilton College. You and your family are invited to join us, virtually or on campus, for a special introduction to all that Hamilton has to offer.
An interview will not only provide us with a strong sense of your personal strengths and interests that may not be obvious in an application, it will also give you a chance to ask questions and learn more about Hamilton in a personal setting.
Tour From Your Sofa
Take a Hamilton College campus tour right from your sofa! Hosted via Zoom, your personal student tour guide will explore campus with you - walking through classroom buildings, athletics facilities, arts facilities, the dining hall, and more! And best of all, you’ll be able to ask questions and interact with them as they make their way across our campus.
Virtual Information Session
Video information sessions are held weekly. Led by an admission dean, these 30 minute sessions provide an opportunity to learn more about the College, explore Hamilton’s Promise, and have your questions answered.
Virtual Tour on Your Own
Want to explore campus on your own? Our Virtual Tour has what you need to experience Hamilton at your pace. With over 20 stops, 360-degree views of campus, and videos to provide more details, our Virtual Tour is a great way to learn more about us. No registration required, and you can take the virtual tour on your PC, tablet, or smartphone.
Virtually Hamilton Events
From exploring our community to details about the application and financial aid process, you’ll hear from Admission Officers, students, faculty, and other Hamilton community members in these online sessions.