Personalized visits are available Monday - Friday (with the exception of holidays and dates of special visit programs). Morning and afternoon tour sessions are available. Faculty visits are not available during the summer. For the best possible campus visit experience, please schedule visits seven days in advance.
Minnesota students! Join us on the beautiful USD campus during your Education Minnesota Professional Conference break. Select either Thursday or Friday for an informative and entertaining program designed just for you. In addition to a tour of campus, you'll meet your admissions counselor and learn more about the application process, academic programs and student life at USD
There's nothing like a fall Saturday on the USD campus, and we want you to experience it for yourself. Join us for an overview on admissions, scholarships, academic programs, life as a Coyote and a picturesque tour of campus. Then fire up for football with a pre-game lunch and cheer on the Coyotes in the iconic DakotaDome. By the end of the day, we hope you'll want to spend every fall with us!
Check-in for Fall Open House begins at 8:45 a.m. with the program starting at 9:30 a.m.
Admitted Students Day is scheduled from 8:30 -1 p.m. (check in begins at 8 a.m.) and includes lunch. Optional campus tours are available. Admitted Students Day is reserved for students accepted to USD. If you have not yet been accepted, please wait until receiving your acceptance before signing up for Admitted Students Day.
It's the spring of your junior year and time for you to join us for this university-wide event! Junior Visit Day provides you with the opportunity to meet USD's extraordinary faculty, explore various majors and academic programs and learn more about the admissions process, student services, campus life, the residential experience and much more. Your day begins with registration at 9:30 a.m. with the program concluding at approximately 1 p.m.
Held in conjunction with the Building Bridges Conference and Tiospaye Student Council's annual traditional Wacipi (pow wow), Native American Weekend Visit provides Native American high school students and their counselors the opportunity to experience the college setting while gaining an increased awareness about the importance of persistence in education.