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Although we are currently not conducting in-person experiences, our virtual campus connection experiences will still connect you and your students with the information you want and the friendly staff members who want to help your students find their place at the University of Houston.

Tell Your Students

The Office of Admissions is offering many ways for individual students and families to connect with our staff and current students. Although we are not conducting in-person visits, our virtual experiences will still connect your students with the information they want. Currently, we are offering virtual tours, 1-on-1 phone or Zoom calls, academic college information sessions, and admissions sessions.

Request a Virtual Visit For Your Group

Group virtual visits are just as interactive as on campus visit experiences and can be customized to your group. Typically, group virtual visits last one hour and include the following activities led by UH Student Ambassadors:

  • 20-minute admissions presentation that includes a brief overview of the university, academic opportunities, campus life, and the admissions process
  • 20-minute virtual guided student life tour covering campus hot spots, including a sneak peek into Cougar Village II, our most popular freshman residence hall
  • 10-minute question and answer session

To register, select a date and time that works best with your group's schedule using the registration button below. Once you are registered, you will be able to add the event to your calendar and will receive a text and an email. The calendar invitation, text, and email all contain a link to your visit itinerary to click. Your itinerary connects to a Zoom link. Since we use the “Join us Online” button instead of an actual link, only invited users can join our Zoom visit. You can forward the email to any students you want to participate in the group visit (up to 95) without the Zoom link being compromised. Click here to see a step by step image of the steps described.

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