The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University invite you to experience our community and discover what being a Bennie or Johnnie is all about! We recognize students are at many different phases in the college search process, and therefore offer a variety of visit opportunities to make sure your time at CSB/SJU is meaningful to you. Hope to see you soon!
Touring the campuses, meeting with an admission representative, enjoying a meal in one of our 4 dining facilities and meeting with a financial aid representative are just a few of the many opportunities you will have access to during an individual visit. You can schedule an individual visit through our individual visit calendar or by calling the Admission Office at (800-544-1489). Review our academic calendar for a list of our campus breaks.
Campus Visit Programs
Typical group visit days begin with refreshments and include campus tours, an overview of the admission process, financial aid, and key aspects of the CSB/SJU experience. You can register for a group visit through our Campus Visit Programs page.
- Individual Overnight Visits: Open to accepted students. Overnight visits are only available Sunday through Thursday between October and April and are not available during campus breaks, holidays, or finals. Review our academic calendar for a list of our campus breaks. Please provide a two-week notice so we can arrange the best possible experience for you. You can register for an overnight visit through our overnight visit calendar.
- Group Overnight Visits: Open to accepted students. We will provide students with a two-day, customized campus experience. Take advantage of this opportunity to see our campuses and meet future classmates! Register for a group overnight visit on our Campus Visit Programs page.
National Fly-in Weekends
Open to accepted, out of state students. Not only will we pay up to half of your travel costs, we also arrange a three-day, customized campus experience for you. To learn more, please see The National Fly-in Weekend page.
National Travel Assistance Program
The National Travel Assistance Program is designed to give out of state students an opportunity to explore our campuses. Once you have applied and been accepted for admission, contact your admission representative to make arrangements for your visit.
Group Visit Requests
We welcome groups of high school students (students currently in or entering 11th - 12th grade) to visit campus. You can request a group visit and learn more about the options your group will have while on-campus by reviewing the Group Visit Request page.