In-Person Tours

Fall Campus Tours

Take a tour of Western's beautiful campus! Let our student tour guides lead you and a small group on a 60-minute campus tour. They will give you the inside scoop on everything Western and answer your questions as you explore. There's also a 30-minute admission information session included in the tour.

Fall on campus. Trees leaves are turning red and yellow. A student walks down the brick paths near Old Main.

Fall Preview Days

Fridays in October | FREE

Experience life on Western’s campus at Fall Preview Days! These free events will be offered every Friday in October. Each day will highlight the academic programs offered by one or two of Western’s seven colleges, as well as provide a general overview of life at Western. Attend special sessions on Financial Aid, Admissions, the Honors College, Study Abroad programs, and more. Tour campus, view select residence halls, and meet with current students and admissions counselors, too!

Register

Virtual Tours

Campus Tours

Sign up for a 60-minute student-led tour of campus, or a 90-minute event that includes a tour and an information session (hosted by an Admissions Counselor). Our student hosts will guide you through campus and answer your questions.

Housing Tour

Explore our Residence Halls! In the recorded tour, our students share their experiences living on campus, and will guide you around the different residential communities. You can also explore the buildings through the Residence Halls interactive gallery.

Watch our YouTube Tours

Let our students lead you on a short tour of campus and the beautiful area we call home.

Online Information Sessions

First-Year Information Sessions

Learn more about Western Washington University during a 30-minute presentation hosted by an Admissions Counselor. You'll also have plenty of time to get your questions answered. After the session, stick around for a virtual tour of campus hosted by current students.

Transfer Information Sessions

Learn more about transferring to Western Washington University during a 30-minute presentation hosted by an Admissions Counselor. You'll also have plenty of time afterward to get your questions answered.

Virtual Student Panels

Join Western Washington University students to learn about life as a Viking! Get your questions answered in real-time every month.

One-on-one connections

Connect with an Admissions Counselor

Mon–Fri, 9 a.m.–2:45 p.m.

Schedule a 30-minute video chat with an Admissions Counselor to get your specific questions answered.

One-on-one Student Connection

Want to get a student's perspective on a certain major or ask them about what it's like in Bellingham? Tell us what you're interested in and we'll connect you with a Western student who can answer your specific questions.

Have Questions?

Find Your Counselor Submit a Question Request Info

Call: 360-650-3440
Text: 360-966-8155
Email: admissions@wwu.edu

We're available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Time).

Visit the Honors College

Check out the Honors College while you're visiting virtually! Honors College classes allow students to complete General University Requirements in an Honors setting, which means small classes and sought-after professors. Honors College courses focus on writing, discussion and problem-solving. If you value curiosity and self-discovery, learn more and apply today!

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WWU campus in the fog. Students walk around the fountain in Red Square. The brick building in the background is Miller Hall.

Get a more curated view of campus buildings, people and events @westernwashingtonuniversity.

Link to WWUAdmissions Snapchat

Keep up with important dates and announcements and get your questions answered by current students on Snapchat.

School and Community Group Visits

Do you represent a high school, community college or community organization? Then these group visits are for you! Group visits are designed for groups 8th grade and higher. During the visit, your students will learn more about academic opportunities at Western.

Please note that in response to the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant, Western requires proof of COVID vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test for all guests attending a group visit. More information can be found on the Group Visits Policies page.

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