We want to see you on campus and show you all we have to offer as an institution, so when can you come? Here are the most common ways to visit Coe:
Tell us what is convenient for you and we will begin to arrange your personalized visit to Coe's campus. Individual visits include a tour and appointment with an admission counselor. If you are interested, arrangements can also be made to meet with faculty members and coaches, eat lunch with a current student, sit in on a class or stay overnight (seniors only) with a student host.
Academic Year (September-April):
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and select Saturdays, 9 a.m. - Noon
(see availability calendar)
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
You can also contact our visit coordinator by phone (877.CALL.COE) or email to schedule your visit. We can't wait to show you why our students say "Coe makes it possible. You make it happen."
Iowa Private College Week at Coe College is a #StudentTakeover! Your visit will be completely planned and led by our current students. From the tour route to the information sessions, each portion of the day is designed to give you real answers to your real questions...from the people who know it best.
Campus Visit Day
For both prospective first-year and transfer students, Coe's Campus Visit Day is a great time to orient yourself with campus. The day begins with a browsing session to learn about student and support services and ends with a faculty luncheon. In between you will see the campus, meet your admission counselor and connect with students who were in your shoes a few years ago. They decided Coe was the perfect fit for them. We hope you make the same decision!
Academic Showcase Days
Ready to explore opportunities a bit deeper? If so, our Academic Showcase Days allow you a more detailed visit experience in your desired field of study. Meet with members of our faculty, sit in on engaging presentations and even partake in a real college class. Time will be built into each visit program to cover questions for both first-year and transfer students.
Coe understands a college education is an investment for the future. For that reason, all students awarded a Dean's, Presidential or Trustee Scholarship are invited to campus to compete for an Academic Distinction Scholarship. Students awarded the Daniel Coe Scholarship are invited to campus to interview for the Crimson and Gold Legacy Scholarship. All admitted students are eligible to audition for music and theatre scholarships. Interviews, auditions and portfolio reviews allow students to show their passion and highlight their accomplishments for the potential of additional scholarship dollars.
Admitted Student Weekend
Have you decided to attend Coe and are hoping meet future classmates? Maybe you want one last look at campus before making your decision? Either way, Admitted Student Weekend is a great chance for one last visit to what we hope will be your college of choice!
Kohawk Kickoff College Exploration Week (college visit week for high school juniors and sophomores)
Kohawk Kickoff is geared specifically for students ending their sophomore or junior year in high school and ready to start the college search process. Go on tour with our student tour guides, learn more about our academics and how to get the most out of future campus visits.