Schedule Your Visit
An individual campus visit is a great way to learn if Rocky Mountain College is the right fit for you. Walk around our campus on a guided tour with one of our student ambassadors, have lunch in the cafeteria with current students, sit in on a class, chat with a professor, and meet with your admission counselor – we can create a schedule just for you.
All individual campus visits, which can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m, include a meeting with an admissions counselor and a campus tour.
If you are unable to attend a campus visit during the week, Saturday campus visits are available upon request from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., with the exception of holiday weekends. (Holiday closures are listed below.) Faculty availability may be limited depending on the day and other scheduled activities. Saturday visits will not be offered on the following days:
RMC Preview Days are an opportunity for prospective students to explore what the College has to offer as well as ask questions about the admission process. The schedule of events include a campus tour, student panel, a mock class, as well as a parent presentation about student life and academics. For students interested in aviation or equestrian studies, you will get a chance to see the respective facilities and meet with a professor. The 2016-2017 Preview Days:
Scholarship Dinner & Early Registration Event
The Scholarship Dinner is a special event recognizing admitted students for their academic achievements. The next Scholarship Dinner will take place on Friday, April 7, 2017. Students are also invited to attend the Early Registration Event, which takes place on Saturday, April 8, 2017, during the same weekend as the Scholarship Dinner. This will be the first group opportunity to register for fall 2017 classes. Details for the next Scholarship Dinner and Early Registration Event will be announced soon.
New Student Registration
After confirming enrollment for the upcoming academic year, new students must register for classes. Registration for classes is a two-fold process: academic advising with a faculty member and registration. In order to prepare for registration, students should be familiar with the processes leading up to their meeting with their academic advisor. Please follow this link for more information about registration and how to prepare for it and meeting with your academic advisor.
New students must sign up for one of the pre-scheduled registration days in order to register for classes. To sign up for a pre-scheduled registration day, click on the dates below.
For questions regarding campus visits or preview days, please contact Megan Cabe, event and visit coordinator, at email@example.com or 406.657.1057.
The Office of Admissions will be closed on: