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Take a Tour

Due to campus closures in response to COVID-19, on campus tours will be closed until further notice. Read about future tours below, or check out our online photo tour of CRC's main campus.

Tour Cosumnes River College

Welcome to this exciting time in your life, as you consider becoming a new college student! Choosing a college is a huge decision and we are delighted that you are considering Cosumnes River College (CRC).

Our tour guides will show you around our beautiful campus while telling you about the wide variety of academic programs, support services, and opportunities we have to offer.

All campus tour confirmations will be sent to the email you provide when you submit the request. No drop-in tours are available. Tours are not available on holidays or weekends.

Types of Tours

Individual Tours

Individual tours are for prospective students who are considering attending CRC in the future. Family members are welcome! These tours are limited to five people.

Group Tours for High Schools and Organizations

We offer 45-minute walking tours for groups of high school students – as well as organizations – that would like to see the campus and learn about the academic programs, student services, and campus life at Cosumnes River College. Group tours can accommodate six to 150 people and are available from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Optional 30-minute presentations on the admissions criteria may be available upon request. Presentations on special programs may be available upon request, but are not guaranteed.

Due to the volume of students we host and time required to transport, we are unable to store lunches, backpacks or other material. Please plan on students carrying their lunches to ensure timeliness of your campus experience.

Group Tours for Elementary and Middle Schools

Group tours for young students feature campus “hot spots,” and showcase campus distinctions and facilities,designed to ignite 5th through 8th grade students' enthusiasm for higher education. Group tours can accommodate six to 150 5th to 8th grade students, with chaperones.