Next to your major, location is one of the most important factors in your college selection. Northland has a location like nowhere else on Earth. We are surrounded by a million acres of forest and the largest freshwater lake in the world. These amazing natural resources serve as living laboratories and natural playgrounds.
But the best way to determine if Northland College is right for you is to come for a campus visit. To sweeten the deal, if you visit by June 1 (or November 1 for winter term) of the year you plan to enroll, you’ll receive a $2,000 Visit Grant, spread over your four years. What do you have to lose?
Here’s a campus map if you want to get a head start on things.
Visit Days give you the perfect opportunity to learn about Northland first hand. Throughout the day you have the opportunity to tour campus, meet current students, and attend sessions on admission, financial aid, student life, and academics. We can tell you about our campus and our exceptional students, but there’s nothing like seeing Northland for yourself.
- Saturday, July 15
Visits can be scheduled Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Saturday at 10 a.m. Please schedule a week in advance so we can arrange the most complete experience for you.
Fall & Spring Term Visit
Visits include a guided campus tour and an interview with an admissions counselor. Let us know if you’d also like to do any of the following while you’re here:
- Sit in on a class
- Talk with a professor
- Meet with a financial aid counselor
- Enjoy a meal in the Baldwin Commons
- Stay overnight with a student host in the residence hall (students only)
- Meet with a coach
Staying with an overnight host is available Monday-Thursday evenings only. No overnight stays will be held on weekends, so plan accordingly. Overnight stays are for students only, so parents or guardians must find their own accommodations.
Schedule your visit:
Call: (715) 682-1224
If you visit Northland College by June 1 (or November 1 for winter term) of the year you enroll, We’ll automatically apply $500 per year to your financial aid package. All you need to do is make a visit to Northland.