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Schedule a visit that fits your schedule!
It pays to visit!
High school seniors and transfer students who visit before May 1 will receive $1,000 annually towards their cost of attendance at the College. Applies to domestic students only.
An ideal visit to campus includes:
- meeting a professor
- observing a class
- having lunch in our cafeteria
- talking with current students
- chatting with a coach
- campus tour (for science interested students, we have specific tours of the facilities)
- meeting your admissions counselor
We recommend spending at least a half a day with us during the school week. Please let us know how much time you can spend with us and we will craft your visit to fit your time frame.
On-site Admissions for Transfer Students
Onsite admission is available on most Wednesdays during the fall and spring semesters. Onsite admission is designed to take the stress out of the application process and waiting for an admission decision. Schedule a time and bring in all of your official transcripts (college and high school) to receive a review of your coursework and an admission decision. You must complete the Transfer Common Application two business days prior to your appointment. We do not charge an application fee and you can submit your professor letter of recommendation with the application or send it to us separately.
In the winter and spring months, we bring the Forester life to you! Members of the Forester community including faculty, current students, coaches, alumni, and members of the admissions staff will be at a unique venue near you. Events are open to first-year and transfer students.
Future Forester Days
Future Forester Days, open only to admitted students, is unlike any other visit to campus. It’s designed to give you an in-depth look into all aspects of life at Lake Forest College. Whether you’re still deciding or want another look at the place you’ve already chosen to call home, we encourage admitted students and their families to join us for a day of hands-on interactions and information.
February 19 or April 19, 2018
Humanities Visit Program
Designed for admitted first-year students and all transfer students (admitted or prospective) with academic interests in areas such as the fine arts, history, English, foreign languages, communication, religion, and philosophy, this overnight program gives an in-depth look at academics at the College and our connection to Chicago.
March 25 and 26, 2018
We are glad to welcome groups and can provide short presentations on the college admission process and how students can ready themselves for college. In the past, we have welcomed students from local high schools, counselors, and other groups that have been interested in seeing what a selective liberal arts college in the Chicago area has to offer. We offer group tours and can provide lunch options.