Welcome to Gallaudet!
Every year, thousands of prospective students, parents, professionals, school groups, sign language classes and other special groups visit Gallaudet University. Our visitors come from all over the United States and from countries all around the world.
Visiting Gallaudet's beautiful campus, also known as Kendall Green, is the best way to learn about the breadth of our academic programs and to see our historic and state-of-the-art facilities.
Tour are held on weekdays, twice per day. They begin at the Visitors Center, located in the lobby of the Edward Miner Gallaudet Memorial Building (EMG), and last approximately one hour. Tours are conducted in American Sign Language (ASL), and voice interpreters are provided for visitors who do not sign. Interpreted tours must be requested at least two weeks in advance.
Your Student Tour Guide will provide you with general information about Gallaudet, our quality academic programs, residential and commuter life, and extensive co-curricular activities.
To sign up for a tour, click here. You will receive an automatic e-mail confirmation, and a reminder close to the date of your tour.
Visitors may opt to go on a tour by using the self-guided campus tour pamphlet available at the Visitors Center, or walk around the campus on their own.
If you have any questions, please contact the Visitors Center at email@example.com or 202-250-2995 videophone/video relay.
Department and Program-specific Visits and Tours
Some academic departments and programs offer prospective students the opportunity to visit campus and meet with faculty. For example, prospective students who are interested in the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program in the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences, and who are not able to come to campus for scheduled Graduate Admissions Open Houses, are strongly encouraged to arrange a campus tour and visit to the department on one of the following dates:
- Friday, October 9, 2015
- Friday, November 13, 2015
- Friday, December 11, 2015
For more information, contact Ms. Stephanie Roche.
Gallaudet University Museum
The Gallaudet University Museum welcomes you to view their permanent exhibit, Gallaudet at 150 and Beyond, in Chapel Hall. Take a trip back in time to when Gallaudet University was established in 1864, and read on to the present day, a total span of 150 years and beyond.
The newest exhibition, Deaf HERstory, is open to the public at the Museum's Weyerhaeuser Gallery, on the lower level of the I. King Jordan Student Academic Center
Please visit the Gallaudet University Museum's web site and see how you can plan your visit.
The Gallaudet University Museum looks forward to seeing you!