Campus Visit Program
We invite you to experience our community in the beautiful Charles M. Harper Center. The Campus Visit Program is offered year-round and provides you with the opportunity to spend a half-day with the Booth community and to determine if it’s the right place for you. You can learn more below or register for a visit.
While classes are in session, the full Campus Visit Program schedule is offered, including a class visit, information session, building tour, and lunch with current students. We offer an abbreviated schedule while classes are not in session.
Connecting with Our Community
We have 70+ diverse student groups who are all interested connecting with prospective students. We encourage you to reach out to these groups before your visit in order to connect with students in your specific areas of interest while you are on campus. International guests who want to learn about and connect with the international community at Booth are encouraged to contact our country captains, who are here to answer your questions about life in Chicago.
Schedule a Visit
- Abbreviated Schedule – Summer: June 8 – October 2, 2015 Register now »
- Includes an Information Session and Building Tour Only (10:30–11:30 a.m.)
- Full Schedule – October 5, 2015 – December 4, 2015 Register now »
- See schedule below for details
*Please note that as a visitor, you are not required to participate in all activities and that attendance has no bearing on an applicant’s admission decision.
We host special visit days that highlight various communities at Booth. The experience reflects the full Campus Visit Program schedule with added enhancements that explore these communities through a unique lens. Click on the registration link (when available) to learn more about each event.
The Campus Visit Program will not be in session on certain dates due to holidays and campus programming. Please view the calendar for availability.
Campus Visit Schedules and Activities
Campus Visit Schedules and Activities
Full Campus Visits Programs are available starting the week of October 5th:
- Visit Class (Morning Session)* (8:30–10 a.m.)
- Learn About Chicago Booth (10:30–11:30 a.m.)
- Tour the Harper Center (11:40 a.m.–12:20 p.m.)
- Engage with Students (12:30–1:15 p.m.)
- Visit Class (Afternoon Session)* (1:30–3 p.m.)
* Due to the popularity of our classes and limited availability of seats, registration for specific classes is available on a first-come, first-served basis once you arrive on campus. The end times in the above schedule reflect the typical class break; early departures are not permitted. Morning class visitors must arrive no later than 8:15 a.m., and leave at the mid-class break (usually around 10:15 a.m.) in order to attend the information session.
Learn in-person from our world-renowned faculty and experience The Chicago Approach to management education come to life in the classroom. Booth’s style of teaching centers on a discipline-based approach, rooting you in the academic principles of accounting, economics, statistics, and behavioral sciences, helping you effectively solve business problems, and make you adaptable in any business situation.
We encourage you to view the list of available classes prior to your visit. Due to the popularity of class visits and limited availability of seats, we cannot ensure that all visitors will be able to sit in on the class of their first choice. However, we will do our best to place registered guests in one of their preferred classes. You will be escorted to the classroom and late arrivals are, unfortunately, not permitted.
Learn About Chicago Booth
No matter where you are in the application process, our Admissions Directors are eager to help you learn more about Booth. During our information session, learn how Booth’s culture fosters idea generation and encourages students to carve their own path in business school and beyond. When classes are in session, current students will also be available to answer questions and lend their perspective into the community.
Tour the Harper Center
Join us for a tour of the Harper Center led by a Booth student or staff member. From research centers to group study spaces, pool halls to the cafeteria and locker rooms, the building is designed to support the entire student experience. During the tour, visitors will also be able to enjoy the third largest collection of modern art in the city of Chicago.
Engage with Students
Meet members of the diverse and supportive Booth community throughout the day. Gain insights into life at business school whether you’re walking to class, going on a tour, or enjoying a complimentary lunch.