Plan Your Visit

SEDCLASSESWhen you visit BU Wheelock, you will have the chance to discuss academic programs and educational opportunities, ask questions, and tour the College. You may also attend class and enjoy lunch in the dining hall with a current student.

Prospective students are encouraged to first register for a campus tour and info session with Boston University’s Undergraduate Admissions Office. To learn more about campus visit options, visit the Undergraduate Admissions’ website.

Weekday Visits

Interested in a one-on-one meeting at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development? Make an appointment by contacting the BU Wheelock Student Services Office at or 617-353-3177.

Can’t make it in person? Take a virtual tour.

Prospective Student Visit Days

Interested in learning more? Join one of our virtual events: Dates to be announced.

You’ll have a chance to virtually visit with members of Wheelock College of Education & Human Development to hear about our programs, resources, and offerings.

Check here for more events with the Undergraduate Admissions Office, including virtual visits.

Admitted Students’ Days

Admitted students get the chance to explore academics and student life at Boston University and Wheelock College of Education & Human Development through admitted student events. Admitted students will be able to register for this program through their Boston University Applicant Link.

Join one of BU Wheelock’s virtual open house events: Dates to be announced.

Transfer Students

Visit the Boston University Undergraduate Admissions website to schedule a campus tour and information session or contact BU Wheelock Student Services to schedule a meeting with our staff.

Boston University strives to be accessible, inclusive, and diverse in our facilities, programming, and academic offerings. If you have a disability (including but not limited to learning or attention, mental health, concussion, vision, mobility, hearing, physical, or other health related), require communication access services for the deaf or hard of hearing, or believe that you require a reasonable accommodation for another reason, contact us at to discuss your needs.