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What to expect for your on-campus visit

To ensure the health and safety of the Arizona State University community and our visitors, we have put the following measures in place based on Arizona public health directives and the Centers for Disease Control.

Before your on-campus visit

We require all visitors to register before arriving on campus. To register for a campus tour, go to visit.asu.edu. At this time, we are limiting all visiting families to three members: the prospective student and two guests. We are not able to accommodate walk-in visitors due to space and social distancing guidelines. If there are no available in-person tours that fit your schedule, we have self-guided options.

Check for COVID-19 symptoms

We ask you to perform a COVID-19 health check before arriving on campus. Please refrain from visiting campus if you do not feel well or if you have recently been in contact with someone who has contracted COVID-19. If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, please do not attend your campus tour. Email visitasu@asu.edu to cancel your tour and attend our live-hosted virtual visit experiences.

  • Do you or your guests feel sick or ill?
  • Do you or your guests have a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher?
  • Have you or your guests experienced any new respiratory symptoms, such as a cough or shortness of breath, within the last 14 days?
  • Have you or your guests had close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or who has been tested and is waiting for results while they had symptoms or in the two weeks before they began showing symptoms? Review the definition of “close contact” in our visitor screening question in ASU’s novel coronavirus FAQ page

Face coverings and hygiene

You and your guests are required to bring a face covering to wear when visiting campus. Face coverings should cover both your nose and mouth. The CDC states that cloth face coverings should include multiple layers of fabric. Single-layer neck fleece covers, also known as gaiters, and face coverings with valves do not satisfy this requirement. If a face shield is used, a face covering must also be worn. Face coverings should be worn at all times. Any visitor who refuses to wear a face covering or removes their face covering during their tour will not be able to complete the guided walking tour. If you need a face covering, we will provide one.

Visitors are asked to maintain proper hand hygiene while on campus by washing hands or using hand sanitizer.

For more information on campus safety and guidelines, visit our novel coronavirus FAQ page.

On the day of your visit

On the day of your scheduled campus tour, allow up to 15 minutes to park. Show up to your check-in location no more than 10 minutes prior to your visit time. Your one-on-one walking tour will take approximately 30–60 minutes depending on the campus. Specific information for arriving on campus, parking and check-in location will be included in your confirmation and reminder emails.

Tour groups will be limited to one family per tour guide. For the safety of our campus community, residence halls will not be shown on tour and we are limiting the number of building interiors tour groups will enter.

Remember to wear comfortable shoes and to bring sunscreen and water, because your walking tour will take place in the Arizona sunshine.

We are unable to provide in-person admission information sessions or appointments. Please attend one or more of our live-hosted virtual visit experiences to get admission and enrollment information, hear from academic units and Barrett, The Honors College, sit in on a student panel, or complete an admission or financial aid workshop. For specific questions, you can schedule a virtual one-on-one appointment with your personal admission representative at asu.edu/findmyrep.

Questions

While ASU is taking all precautions to safeguard our community, we cannot eliminate the risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection on campus. Please remember that you are undertaking your visit at your own risk. If any visitor shows symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 within 48 hours of visiting campus, please report that information to ASU Health Services at 480-965-3349.

If you have any questions about your upcoming visit, please email visitasu@asu.edu. For campus-wide updates on COVID-19 protocols, go to coronavirus.asu.edu or asu.edu/fall2020.