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Campus Visits

The best way to see what life is like at the University of Houston is to visit campus.

With a University of Houston student as your guide,our campus tour gives prospective students and their families the chance to see campus first-hand and discover the many opportunities the University has to offer.

A campus visit includes an information session, residence hall tour, and the opportunity to speak to an admissions counselor. The total time of the visit will be approximately two hours.

If you require special accomodations, click here for more information.

Virtual Visits

Can't make it to campus? Get a feel for the University of Houston through our virtual visits. Whether you're interested in campus life or a specific academic college, our virtual visits will give you an in-depth look at what it's like to be a student at UH.

Group Visits

Group visits are a free campus visit opportunity offered Monday – Thursday for students 9th grade and up. During your two-hour visit, you’ll have an opportunity to speak with an Admission Counselor and take an ambassador-led walking tour of UH’s beautiful campus (including a sneak peek at Student Housing and Residential Life).

Meet the Staff

Our Ambassadors are ready to tell you how the University of Houston changed their lives and how it can change yours, too! They'll show you around campus, talk about all our University has to offer, and answer all your questions.

Other Visit Opportunities

  • Cougar Preview

    Come explore our 687-acre campus and meet academic advisors, student organizations, campus departments, and fellow new Coogs! This is our largest open-house event, and it only happens a few times a year.

  • Explore UH

    Cougar Red Friday has never looked so good! Explore UH happens on Fridays and includes all the Campus Visit options plus an opportunity to meet with academic advisors in your college of choice.

walking tour

Accessibility

Please note that a portion of the tour is a walking tour. To request special accommodations, please include specific needs in the comment section when filling out your registration form. 

Service animals (dogs that are trained to perform work or tasks for a person with a disability) are welcome on campus and can accompany their owners on campus tours. Pets and emotional support animals are not allowed on university tours under any circumstances.