You can read all you want about a college, but you need to know what it really “feels” like before you know whether it’s right for you. Come for a visit. It’s the first step, and it’s important.


Join us for "Connect to KCAD"

Several times during the school year we bring high school students in for the day to show them what it's like to be a KCAD student. Anyone is welcome.

Schedule a tour of our campus

Come on your own or bring a friend or parent. Just let us know when you're coming and we'll set aside plenty of time to show you the people and places that will become a part of your life at KCAD. Please use our online registration system to view our available tour times and to register for the tour time you would like to attend.

Tours are currently scheduled through July 2, 2015. We will update our tour schedule beyond July 2, 2015 in late June 2015. Please check back for details.

Graduate Students

If you are a student interested in KCAD Graduate Programs and are interested in scheduling a visit, please contact our Graduate Recruitment Officer, Tom Post by email or phone at 1-800-676-2787 x1237.

Teachers/Group Leaders

Group Visits for prospective college students

Are you a teacher or organization leader interested in scheduling a tour for a group of prospective college students?

To schedule a group tour for prospective college students in high school or the equivalant age or older, please click here to learn more about our Group Visit policy.

For information on scheduling a visit during the KCAD Annual Student Exhibition, please click here.

Group Visits for younger students

If you are interested in scheduling a visit for a group that is younger in age than listed above, please contact our Continuing Studies Office.

You may connect with the Continuing Studies office via email with your request for a tour combined with a short class. Please state the size and age of group along with your choice of media for a 45 minute custom class in drawing, painting, or 3D. Tuition prices vary.

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