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As Gordon reopens this summer, we’d love to welcome you for an in-person visit! We’ve set up some new protocols to keep you and our community healthy and safe. If you’re not ready to come in-person yet, we still have plenty of virtual options to help you connect and experience Gordon without leaving home. Whichever way you choose to visit, you’ll be able to tour our beautiful campus, meet members of our community and ask your questions.


Daily, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. |  Drop in at Gordon
Schedule your own personal visit and get a taste of life at Gordon. Your visit will include a campus tour, admissions interview and Q&A with a staff member.

How we’re keeping you safe: When you visit Gordon, you’ll notice we’ve implemented a few precautions and protocols intended to keep you and our community safe:

  • Requiring advanced appointments for all campus visitors.
  • Limiting check-in slots (9 a.m. and 1 p.m.) to eight total visitors each.
  • Asking everyone over three to wear a mask at all times on campus.
  • Marking the floor at check-in to keep all visitors six feet apart.
  • Shielding our front desk staff with a plexiglass barrier.
  • Practicing social distancing during visit activities, including the campus tour and meeting with a staff member.



Daily | Virtual Drop in
At Gordon, we've been taking the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and while we have opened registration for on-campus visits, we are offering a virtual Drop in at Gordon experience. You can even receive the visit scholarship* by watching our academic videos, taking a virtual campus tour and filling out our virtual visit form. This form can be used to request an interview with an admissions counselor or make a virtual appointment with a faculty or staff member. See our list of videos. Watch one or watch them all! ➔

July 8, 5 p.m. |  Digital Fine Arts Festival, Day 3
Interested in learning more about the basics of marketing and social media? Particularly interested in learning more about marketing in the arts? Join Ryan Cannister via Zoom for this marketing workshop as he shares some advice and discusses his experience in marketing for Theatre, the Fine Arts, and other events. To RSVP for this zoom session and receive a link, email . See more information ➔

July 9, 7 p.m. |  An Update from the President
President Michael Lindsay will give new students and parents a live update on Thursday, July 9 at 7 p.m. on Gordon's opening plans for fall 2020. Register and see events ➔

July 14, 7 p.m. |  Theatre Arts 
On Tuesday, July 14 at 7 p.m., join our Fine Arts faculty for a virtual introduction Gordon College theatre, named among the “Top 20 Best College Theatres” in American by The Princeton Review. The Theatre Arts community is one of servant-leaders using the stage to bring truth and light to the world. Through study, practice and engagement with the artistic process, theatre arts students learn every facet of productions—costume and set design, sound and lighting, directing, stage management, running crew and acting. The breadth of a student’s experience will equip them to collaborate, innovate and succeed in whatever professional endeavor they pursue. Register and see events ➔

*Visit scholarships are included in a student’s financial aid package if the student enrolls at Gordon. High school seniors and transfer students for Fall 2020 are eligible for $1,000/year ($4,000 over four years) until August 15 and Sophomores and Juniors are eligible for $500/year ($2,000 over four years) until July 31. To qualify for virtual events, view the welcome session (live or recorded) plus three more Core Sessions in the event. Students who have already visited campus or attended a live event and received the visit scholarship during senior year are not eligible for the Gordon Bound visit scholarship. These scholarships are not stackable, so the maximum amount a senior or transfer could receive for completing virtual visit activities is $1,000/year.​


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Connect with a Counselor
Our Admissions staff is fully available via email, text and phone and video calls to answer your questions and continue guiding you in your college search and decision process. Find your counselor ➔

Class of 2024 Facebook group
Planning to attend Gordon in the fall? Meet others who are, too. Introduce yourself, ask questions, share encouragement and stay connected. Join group ➔

Download the ZeeMee app
Get to know other students considering Gordon and if you're already admitted, chat with your future classmates by downloading ZeeMee! If you're an accepted student, upload your acceptance letter and join the Class of 2024 chat ➔. Connect on shared interests and passions and get an inside look at what life is like for current students. Download in the Apple App Store or through Google Play ➔


In lieu of an in-person visit, there are a number of ways to see and experience campus—through a self-guided virtual tour, following along with a host, or getting a behind-the-scenes look with students.

A Snapshot of Campus and the Local Area with Sarah-Catherine
See the brain lab, art studios, Innovation Hub, Gordon Woods and Catacombs worship in action.

Watch video above!

aerial view of campus virtual tour

A Self-Guided Virtual Tour at Your Own Pace
Navigate through photos and videos of our athletic, academic, arts and residential spaces. 


Campus Tour with Rachel
Let Rachel walk you through a guided campus tour. Skip ahead in the playlist to see what you're most interested in.

Watch video above!

Get the inside scoop on all things Gordon—residence halls, food, friends, classes, off-campus adventures and more.

Watch episodes above!

Visitor Resources

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Area Guide
Gordon's guide to the North Shore.

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Directions and Campus Map
Getting to Gordon


On-Campus Housing
Information about staying on campus for prospective students


Prospective Student Transportation
Request transportation to Gordon


Local Accommodations
Places to stay in the area


Visitor FAQs
Commonly asked questions about visiting campus


HAVE A QUESTION? We’re here to help!
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