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How to schedule a tour

Weekdays are the best days to experience our university. We offer daily tours at 10:00 a.m., noon and 2:00 p.m. We are happy to accept walk-ins, but if you plan on visiting, please call or complete the form so we can make sure you have a great tour experience.

Reserve your tour by calling the admissions office at 936.468.2504 or by filling out the campus tour request form.

For weekend tours and large group campus tours, reservations are firmly required and are scheduled differently from weekday tours. See our Tour Types page for more details.

What to expect on your visit

Our student Jack Walkers — or “J-Walkers” as we call them — can’t wait to show you the Lumberjack experience.

Campus tours give you the opportunity to see the campus in action and get a feel for day-to-day Lumberjack life.While you’re here, you can see one of our residence halls, check out our student organizations and speak with representatives from admissions and financial aid. You can even make an appointment to meet faculty members from a variety of academic departments.

Availability restrictions

Weekday and weekend tours are not available during holidays (including Good Friday), exams, commencement activities or special events such as and Homecoming and Battle of the Piney Woods.

Large group tours should be scheduled at least three weeks in advance. Fill out our large group tour request form to get started.


Office of Admissions
Fax: 936.468.3149
Staff directory

Physical Address:
Rusk Building
Room 206

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13051, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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