Choose from several options when scheduling your visit to Westmont. For the best experience, stay overnight. You may also simply take a tour and meet with an admissions counselor, and you can arrive any day of the week. Come for an individually tailored visit or register for our open house, known as Westmont Preview Days.
Select a month below and fill out our visit form to let us know how we can personalize your visit.
How we can we best guide you through our campus? Help us personalize your experience whether you want to take a tour, attend an information session, go to chapel, sit in on a class, meet a professor, stay overnight or experience it all. To begin tailoring your visit, select a month below and fill out our visit form.
Schedule a Visit
Mark your calendar! You’re about to visit one of the most beautiful campuses in the world. Before you get here, print out a campus map and feel free to contact our visit coordinator with any questions.
|Monday, Wednesday, Friday||8:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m.|
|Tuesday, Thursday||9 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m.|
Schedule a Visit
Please note: Overnights will close December 2, finals exams occur December 13-16, and no tours are available December 12 due to Study Day.
Fall Preview Days are a great opportunity to get to know Westmont College and learn more about the admission process. Each information-packed day will offer an in-depth look at academics, faith, and community at Westmont while giving you a chance to ask your questions about college life.
To register for Preview Days, select your desired date below and fill out the registration form. The cost to attend Preview Days is $25 per student, which includes lunch in the Dining Commons and a Westmont T-shirt.
Bring your parents! We invite and encourage parents to attend Fall Preview Days, and they may participate in all scheduled events unless otherwise noted. There is no additional cost for parents, but they will need to pay for their meals in the Dining Commons.
Please register by 5 p.m. on the Monday prior to each Preview Day.
Register for Preview Days
Join us this summer, June 19-July 7, 2017, at Westmont Summer Scholars for three weeks of learning, growth, new friends and fun. You’ll experience college-level academics and complete a four-unit Westmont General Education course. The small class size and seminar-style learning gives you close interaction with your professor and fellow students.
You’ll also experience college life as you stay in a residence hall, eat in the Dining Commons, enjoy Westmont’s great recreational facilities and explore the beautiful Santa Barbara region. You'll receive expert guidance on the college search and application process from experienced admissions professionals.
We hope you’ll join us this summer!
A true calling draws all of yourself–your gifts and passions, your intellect, your concerns for the world–into God’s service. But how do you discover what God is calling you to do?
Join us at Trailhead, a new program for high school youth ready to embark on a life of significance. Led by professors from Westmont and Fuller Seminary with support from the Lilly Endowment, Trailhead helps you envision a future for yourself that connects to God’s work. During a two-week summer residency at Westmont, you’ll explore questions of faith and learning, encounter real-world needs, and discover more about who you are. Afterwards, yearlong mentoring by Trailhead professors and partners in a local church helps you apply what you’ve learned and begin to discover your calling.
Where will your trail lead? Come explore with us, June 26-July 8, 2017.
All your hard work has paid off! Enjoy the moment and take time to pray about your decision.
Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make, and we want to assist you in any way we can. Now that you've been admitted, you likely have thought of new questions to ask.
Westmont Admitted Student Days gives you an opportunity to get the information you need to choose a college. Look at Westmont through a different lens as you learn what it means to belong to this community academically, spiritually and socially.
Spring 2017 dates to be determined