Campus visits allow us to meet you and you us. 

We invite you to explore Lafayette via a campus tour, a group information session, a Leopard for a Day visit, or an open house.

The following visit options are available right now!

  • Tours Monday through Friday 
  • Tours on select Saturdays
  • Information sessions Mondays and Fridays

Sign up for a visit today

Experience Lafayette College (XLC)

April 19, 2020

You’ll have the chance to tour the campus, learn about academic opportunities, and attend student-led discussions about undergraduate life. Parents and students alike with have opportunities to attend panel discussion, learn about financing your education and learn what life at Lafayette is all about.

 

Leopard for a Day

Spend the day (Monday through Thursday) with a current student. These visits,  are a great way to get to know Lafayette. You may attend class, dine on campus, and meet professors. An appointment is required. Please register online at least one week in advance to reserve your spot. Registration begins in late March.

Fridays @ Lafayette

April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2020

Lafayette comes alive each day with a powerful mix of scholarly energy, dynamic talent, and fearless attitude. As you weigh your college options, we invite you to witness the power of a Lafayette education.

Attend classes of your choosing, meet students, tour campus, grab a bite to eat in one of our dining halls, ask questions at a specialized information session, and enjoy coffee or tea with professors at an informal gathering to hear about their scholarship, teaching, and the roles they relish as professor-mentors. Registration begins in late March.

Prologue

pro·logue | ˈprō-ˌlȯg: the preface or introduction to a literary work.
April 18, 2020

Lafayette College invites students who identify as first generation, people of color, LGBTQ+ and/or community-building enthusiasts searching for a diverse college community to our annual program, Prologue.

Prologue is a beloved program that serves as the catalyst for students to begin writing an introduction to their college chapter. We encourage our admitted students to claim their identities and celebrate that those identities do not exist in a vacuum, but rather create vibrant communities. Registration begins in late March!