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A campus visit is a cornerstone of any college search, and the best way to get to know the Golden Eagle family is to visit. From our hospitality to the buildings and spaces you’ll walk through, you’ll be able to see why so many have chosen to make 51 Miss their home. We can’t wait to meet you! 

Campus Tours

Academic Sessions

When

Monday-Friday (excluding Wednesdays, holidays, and University breaks)

Where

Check in at

Duration

2 hours

Centennial Gateway

This individualized tour experience is helpful in getting specific questions regarding admissions, scholarships, academic requirements, and more answered.

Includes:

  • One-on-one meeting with an admissions recruiter
  • One-on-one meeting with a representative from area of academic interest
  • Student-led walking tour of campus and a residence hall
  • Optional appointments with the Honors College may also be requested.

Recommended audiences:

  • First-semester high school seniors
  • Second-semester high school juniors
  • Transfer students

Information Sessions

When

Mondays, Fridays, and select Saturdays (excluding holidays and University breaks)

  • 10:00 a.m.
  • 1:30 p.m.

Where

Check in at

Duration

1.5 hours

students on tour

This group tour experience is a great starting point for a college search. 

Includes:

  • Presentation about admissions, scholarships, campus life, and other aspects of being a Golden Eagle
  • Student-led walking tour of campus and a residence hall

Recommended audiences: 

  • First-semester high school seniors or community college students
  • High school juniors, sophomores, and freshmen

Admitted Student Tours

Where

Check in at

Duration

2.5-3 hours depending on selections

 

 

 entrance

Whether you’ve already visited or haven’t come yet to check out your new home, this tour experience aims to connect you to the student life and academic areas. 

Includes:

  • One-on-one, next steps consult with an admissions recruiter
  • One-on-one meetings with a representative from your area of academic or extracurricular interest
  • Student-led walking tour of campus
  • Optional residence hall tour (select from 5 halls)
  • Optional tour of the Payne Center

Recommended Audiences:

  • High school seniors who have already been admitted to the University*
  • Community college or transfer students who have already been admitted to the University*

* We will check decision statuses upon registration to confirm.

School Group Tours

When

Wednesdays (excluding holidays and University breaks)

  • 10:00 a.m.
  • 1:30 p.m.

Where

Groups will unload in front of the . 

Duration

2 hours

speaker before a crowd

This type of tour experience is scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis with total capacity set at 100 guests per time slot. This means more than one group can be served at each time slot.

Includes:

  • Presentation about admissions, scholarships, campus life, and other aspects of being a Golden Eagle
  • Student-led walking tour of campus and a residence hall

Recommended audiences:

  • High School (9th-12th grade) or community college-aged school, nonprofit-organization, or college access groups.
  • Groups of 10 or more students.

Additional information:

  • On-campus dining accommodations are not included in the tour and must be arranged by the group through Eagle Dining two weeks prior to the visit.
  • Cash is not accepted at any on-campus dining locations.

Visit Gulf Park Campus

Centennial Gateway at Gulf Park

Gulf Park Information Sessions and One-on-One Sessions

When

Information Sessions

  • Fridays (excluding holidays and university breaks)
  •  10:00 a.m.

Academic Sessions

  • Monday & Thursdays (excluding holidays and University breaks)

Where

Check-in is on the first floor of the .

Duration

2 hours

Gulf Park Information Sessions 

A group tour experience that is a great starting point for your college search. Presentations will be given about admissions, scholarships, financial aid, campus life, and a student-led walking tour of our beautiful, beachfront campus.

Recommended Audiences:

  • First-semester high school seniors
  • Second-semester high school juniors
  • Community college or transfer students

Gulf Park One-on-One Sessions

A customized tour experience where your questions about admissions, scholarships, financial aid, academic requirements, and more will be answered through one-on-one meetings. The session will conclude with a student-led walking tour of our beautiful, beachfront campus.

Recommended Audiences:

  • First-semester high school seniors
  • Second-semester high school juniors
  • Community college or transfer students

 

Recruitment Events

Black and Gold Days

Black and Gold Day is our fall visit day experience for high school seniors and juniors! Black and Gold Day activities include the following:

  • Campus and residence hall tours
  • 51, financial aid, scholarships and student life overview 
  • Academic programs fair
  • Student organization and campus resource fair

Fall Black and Gold Day dates will be announced July 2024!

Information Nights

At Information Night, you and your guests can:

  • Hear from 51 Miss 51 representatives about the application process,
  • Visit with representatives from key campus departments,
  • Learn what scholarship and financial aid opportunities are available, and
  • Discover the fun, rewarding college experience that's waiting for you at 51 Miss!
Fall Information Night locations and dates will be announced July 2024!

Ready, Set, Soar at Gulf Park

Are you interested in fall 2024 enrollment on our Gulf Park campus? Ready, Set, Soar is an event designed exclusively for you! Ready, Set, Soar activities include the following:

  • 51,­ financial aid, and scholarships and student life overview
  • Completion of the application process
  • Register for Orientation (if admitted)
  • Academic and campus resources fair
  • Tours of our beautiful beachfront campus

Date: Friday, July 19, 2024

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