Yes. Please submit a Campus Tour Request Form and our staff will respond within three to five business days to assist you in scheduling a campus tour.
Group tours are available to any high school, college, or organization that wants to bring a group of six or more students.
The tour includes the grounds of the campus, dining locations, and information about the services, activities, programs, and educational opportunities available to students.
The tour does not include an opportunity to sit in on a lecture, or academic department presentations. It also cannot be tailored to tour specific program locations.
The tour is a 45-minute walking tour. Larger groups may require more time.
Yes, however, the tour may be modified to a condensed indoor tour to include the following buildings: Winn Center, Learning Resource Center, College Center and Library. Tours may be rescheduled at the discretion of the staff members if the weather conditions are deemed poor or unsafe.
Yes. Groups and individuals wishing to cancel a tour must do so at least two business days prior to their scheduled visit by emailing Muamong Vue at email@example.com.
If you are 10 minutes late, your tour may be shortened in order to finish within the pre-arranged time allotted. If you are more than 20 minutes late, your tour will be canceled.
No. Once you submit your tour request form, our staff member will be notified of your request and reach out to you via email within three to five business days. They will assist you in scheduling and securing a date and time for the tour.
Please note: Group tours for graduating high school seniors will be first priority.
No. Parking permits are not required for students and guests during the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters. However, you will be required to park in designated “student parking” spaces.
Unfortunately, our CRC campus tours are not tailored to highlight or focus on any one specific program or major. However, tour guides will do their best to assist in answering any questions guests and potential students may have regarding general college courses, campus activities and student life.