Experience Harris for yourself. Visit campus to engage with your future network.

Campus Visit Program

Harris Public Policy welcomes campus visitors on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the fall quarter.  A campus visit includes:

  • Sitting in on a Harris class
  • Coffee and Keller Center tour with a current student
  • Meeting with a staff member in Admissions

 If you're interested in the MACRM or PhD programs, please sign up for a visit on Oct. 10, Oct. 17, Nov. 14, or Nov. 21. We look forward to welcoming you to the Keller Center!

Prospective Evening Master’s Program (EMP) students have the opportunity to experience an EMP course by visiting a class. EMP classes take place at the convenient downtown Chicago Merchandise Mart at 1871 and allow mid-career professionals to get an inside look at our part-time program. Please note that class visits take place in the evening and are facilitated by current EMP students. Space is extremely limited for EMP class visits and are reserved for prospective students who have started an application and have already attended an EMP information session, EMP webinar, or 1:1 appointment.

Alternate Schedule

If the campus visit schedule doesn't work for you, contact Harris Admissions to schedule a visit with an Admissions staff member. We offer one-on-one appointments and group visits with our Admissions staff. Please see our events page to register for a time slot. 

If you are unable to visit us in person, check out all that our campus has to offer with our virtual tour

Campus Tours

The University of Chicago offers campus tours for prospective graduate students daily, Monday through Friday. Tours, organized by the Office of Enrollment and Student Advancement, leave from Rosenwald Hall on campus at 1101 East 58th Street and last approximately one hour. Walk-ins are welcome, but advance registration is recommended.

View the schedule and register for a campus tour

How to Get Here

The University of Chicago's Hyde Park campus is easily accessible by car or public transportation. 

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Where to Stay

Several area hotels offer discounted rates for University of Chicago guests. Be sure to mention that you are visiting the University when you book your stay. 

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