We are open for live virtual visits!

College tours on orientation day at FLC.

You can get to know Fort Lewis College from the comfort of your own home with our live virtual visits, events, and one-on-one meetings with admission counselors.

Get a feel for FLC on demand 

Check out campus and explore life as a Skyhawk at your own pace with our on-demand resources. 

Online options

From the comfort of your home

Not ready to travel just yet? We’ll bring FLC to you. We have several online options to help you learn more about FLC from the comfort of your home. You can join us for one of our Virtual Visits, connect one-on-one with an Admission counselor, or attend an Online Open House.

Individual, personalized campus visits


When you come for your visit, it will just be you, your family, and a member of our staff there to be your guide. We don’t want anyone to end up in a packed room with a crowd of other visitors, so we aren’t doing any big group visits right now.

Small groups & open spaces

We ask that visitors limit their group to 5 people. To request special accommodations for a group of more than 5, please email visit@fortlewis.edu. On the tour, we’ll spend as much time outside as possible, and what better place to be outside than on our mesa-top campus with a spectacular view!

A family learning about scholarship opportunities during a campus tour at FLC.


Weekday & weekend options

Business professor sitting and talking with a student during a campus tour.


Monday - Friday

Campus visits for you and your family are available Monday through Friday. You’ll explore campus, and have the opportunity to get your questions answered about anything from scholarships to student life. You may also request to meet with faculty, if you’d like to learn more about a specific department.

Select weekends

If weekdays don’t work for you, we’re scheduling Open House events on weekends. Each event features an academic department fair, presentations from Admission and Financial Aid staff, a campus tour, and an opportunity to interact with current students. We’re limiting attendance at our Open House events, which include breakout sessions with small groups, and physical distancing built into every aspect of the schedule.