Undergraduate Admissions

Large Group Visits

Group Visitation Form

Thank you for your interest in visiting Penn State University Park campus.

The Undergraduate Admissions Office welcomes large group visits to campus Tuesday through Thursday 10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Space is limited and registration is required through the form below. Please complete the form thoroughly to request your visit, including any requests for special accommodations.

Campus guided tours are subject to student tour guide availability, and therefore group tours are typically not available during:

  • the month of January
  • President’s Day
  • Penn State’s Spring Break (early March)
  • the week before Easter
  • early May
  • the month of August
  • Columbus Day
  • the Friday of Penn State Homecoming Week (typically October)
  • the week of Thanksgiving
  • the end of December

Please complete the form below to request your large group visit for 10 or more students. If you are a family or your group has less than 10 students, please register for one of our Prospective First-Year Student events.

Please submit your request at least two weeks prior to your requested date.


Campus Visit Information

Preferred date of visit:

Alternate date:

Anticipated arrival time:

Anticipated departure time:


Group Information

Name of school or group:

Contact Person:

Contact E-mail Address:

Please Confirm E-mail Address:


Contact Phone Numbers:
Office Phone Number

Cell Phone Number

Contact Mailing Address:

Contact City:

Contact State:

Contact Zip or Postal Code:

Group Description:

Reason for Tour Request:

Number of students:
Private groups must include 10 or more students

Number of chaperones:
We recommend one chaperone per 20 students.

Age ranges/grades of group members:

Name of Chaperone (point-of-contact on visit day):

Chaperone's Cell Phone Number (point-of-contact on visit day):

Number of Parking Passes Needed:


Visitation Program Requests

Please check all that you would like to participate in while visiting Penn State.
Admissions information session (45 minutes)
Campus tour (90 minutes)
Lunch in campus dining hall (typically 60-90 minutes)
Lunch costs $9.75 per person. Penn State Food Services accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, or company checks (no personal checks). Company checks should be made out to Penn State. We recommend you not fill out the total dollar amount of the check until arrival, as refunds are not possible.


Special Requests

We cannot guarantee that every special interest will be met, but we will make every attempt to meet your group's needs where possible.

Specific academic interest:


Other: (please specify)


Does anyone in your group require special assistance? (e.g. wheelchair, etc.)
Yes
No

If yes, please explain:


Miscellaneous Information

Will your group be coming directly to University Park from the address you provided above?
Yes
No

If no, where will your trip originate prior to coming to University Park?


The Penn State Undergraduate Admissions Office is committed to providing access to the University Park campus for groups interested in learning more about the University. The Admissions Office sponsors a campus visitation program targeted specifically to high school students, grades 9-12. Information sessions and campus tours are organized with the prospective college student in mind, and are not intended for general school field trip purposes.

Our expectations are as follows:

  • For the best visit experience, Penn State recommends a group size of 50 students.
  • Visiting groups will be accompanied by adult chaperones/teachers/sponsors. We recommend one chaperone for every 20 students. The ultimate responsibility for each group rests with these designated adults, not Penn State.
  • Visiting students are expected to conduct themselves as respectful visitors to the campus and not demonstrate disruptive behavior during any aspect of their campus visit. Should such behavior occur, the Penn State admissions staff and/or tour guides have the right to terminate the campus visit immediately.
  • Groups are not permitted to use any electronic devices during a campus information session or tour (e.g., cell phones, iPods, etc).

By submitting, I am stating that I understand and agree with the conditions and expectations explained above and accept responsibility for my group's visit to the University Park campus of The Pennsylvania State University.