$1,000/year ($4,000 over four years) for seniors who attend an official Admissions open house day through April of 2020, and $500/year ($2,000 over four years) for sophomores or juniors who visit before May of 2020.
Schedule your own personal visit and get a taste of life at Gordon.
Stop by campus at a time that works for you! Drop in visits happen every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the academic year (starting January 6 through May 6), and any weekday during the summer. Visit options vary but are designed to give you a glimpse of campus and a preview of the many opportunities available to you at Gordon. Drop-in visits are ideal for students and families looking for a brief but informative visit experience.
Tour the main portion of Gordon’s picturesque 485-acre campus
Connect with your admissions counselor in a personalized appointment or interview
Enjoy a free lunch in Tupper Hall during the academic year
Make the most of your visit
The North Shore of Boston is the perfect place for a summer getaway—so make a weekend of it! Spend an extra day or two exploring beautiful Boston, venturing through historic Salem or soaking up the sun at one of many local beaches. Download our complete Area Guide!
Driving by campus over the weekend?
Stop by the Rodger Reception Center at the main entrance to pick up a self-guided campus tour brochure, and spend some time exploring.
*Visit scholarships are included in a student’s financial aid package if the student enrolls at Gordon. Seniors are eligible if they have completed an official Admissions drop-in visit before Christmas 2019 or any Admissions open house day through April of 2020. Juniors and sophomores are eligible if they complete any official Admissions visit (drop-in or open house) between September 1, 2019, and May 1, 2020. The visit scholarship is not a travel reimbursement and is only available to students who enroll at Gordon. This offer cannot be stacked onto Global Honors Scholars or Clarendon Scholars awards.
Gordon's guide to the North Shore.
Directions and Campus Map
Getting to Gordon
Information about staying on campus for prospective students
Prospective Student Transportation
Request transportation to Gordon
Places to stay in the area
Commonly asked questions about visiting campus
Have a group of friends—from your youth group or high school—who want to visit Gordon with you? Come as a group! Learn more ➔
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