Visit Bradley

Visit Days

For high school seniors and juniors, we offer programs featuring a university overview, campus tours, and faculty meetings. These programs give you a chance to experience how Bradley provides more opportunities than small colleges and more personalized experiences than large universities.

Register for a Visit Day

Weekday Visits

Receive a campus tour and meet with an admission counselor. Faculty appointments are also available to high school seniors and transfer students (Faculty appointments are not available when classes are not in session).

Register for a Weekday Visit

Saturday Visits

For high school students who would like to visit us on a Saturday, we have several opportunities throughout the school year (campus is closed on the weekends, during the summer). Your visit will consist of a walking tour of campus led by a current student. We have limited access to buildings on Saturdays and private visits and/or faculty appointments are not available on Saturdays. Counselors and students will be available to answer questions at the end of your visit. Saturday hours are 10:00 am until 12:00 pm

Register for a Saturday Visit

Visit Days

Thank you for your interest in scheduling a visit to Bradley University. We have opportunities to visit campus throughout the year, so please check back soon.

If you have questions about our upcoming opportunities to visit campus, contact our Campus Visit Coordinator at (309) 677-1000 or at

Talk to a Counselor

Have a question about Bradley? We are available if you would like to receive enrollment guidance or just to talk about Bradley.

Talk to a Counselor

Talk to a Student

Talking to a current student can be a big help in learning more about Bradley or deciding if it’s the right college home for you. That’s why our STARs are available to talk on the phone. All you have to do is request a call!

Talk to a Current Student

Talk to a Professor

Just ask and we’ll find a professor to call or email you to answer your questions about the major or program you are interested in.

Talk to a Professor