By: Rachael Flores

With the spread of COVID-19, most universities took action by closing its campuses for the summer. In order to help prospective students get a better sense of their school, many colleges have established virtual online campus tours. These tours are conducted via video, virtual reality, and/or live sessions. Although some schools schedule tours by appointment, many allow visitors to virtually visit at their own leisure.

Virtual tours have many benefits, including decreased costs, increased tour scheduling flexibility, and the ability to revisit universities at any time. Info sessions are also operated virtually, which allows students and parents to ask questions anytime, anywhere. 

Top Admissions Consulting encourages students to remain active during their college search and visit their dream schools. Therefore, we have compiled a list of the top universities offering virtual tours, including:

  1. Princeton University
  2. Harvard 
  3. University of Pennsylvania
  4. Columbia University
  5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  6. Yale University
  7. Stanford University
  8. University of Chicago
  9. Northwestern University
  10. Duke University
  11. Johns Hopkins University
  12. California Institute of Technology
  13. Dartmouth College
  14. Brown University
  15. University of Notre Dame
  16. Vanderbilt University
  17. Cornell University
  18. Rice University
  19. Washington University in St. Louis
  20. University of California–Los Angeles
  21. Emory University
  22. University of California–Berkeley
  23. University of Southern California
  24. Georgetown University
  25. Carnegie Mellon University
  26. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
  27. Wake Forest University
  28. University of Virginia
  29. Georgia Institute of Technology
  30. New York University
  31. Tufts University
  32. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
  33. University of Rochester
  34. University of California–Santa Barbara
  35. University of Florida
  36. University of California–Irvine
  37. Boston College
  38. University of California–San Diego
  39. University of California–Davis
  40. Boston University
  41. Brandeis University
  42. Case Western Reserve University
  43. College of William and Mary
  44. Northeastern University
  45. Tulane University
  46. University of Wisconsin–Madison
  47. Villanova University
  48. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
  49. University of Texas–Austin
  50. Lehigh University
  51. Pepperdine University
  52. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  53. University of Georgia

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