Visit the Campus

Visit the Campus

Jay Walk - Rooftop Park

John Jay College is located in the heart of Manhattan.  Within walking distance, you will find Central Park, Lincoln Center, Times Square and many more iconic landmarks.  If that's not enough, you can stay on campus and enjoy 60,000 square feet of our own park nestled in between two buildings.  

 

FALL 2018 OPEN HOUSE

The Fall 2018 Open House will take place on Sunday, November 18, 2018.  At our Fall 2018 Open House, you will have the opportunity to connect with the John Jay community, as well as:
  • Learn about our admissions and financial aid processes
  • Gather information about our academic and special programs
  • Network and meet with faculty, staff, and future students like you
  • Attend academic workshops 
  • Tour our campus grounds and state-of-the art facilities
 
Click here to register for Open House

INFORMATION SESSION AND CAMPUS TOUR

Information Sessions and campus tours are a great way to learn more about the undergraduate application process, academic programs and campus life.  The Information Sessions are conducted by an Admissions Officer (approximately 30 - 45 minutes), followed by a walking campus tour, conducted by our Student Ambassador Team (approximately 60 minutes).  Registration is required for all visitors.  Please note, dates and times that reach full capacity will be closed.

Register for an Information Session and Campus Tour >>

*If you are interested in touring our housing facilities at the New Yorker Hotel, we recommend you register for a morning campus tour session to allow ample time for commuting.  There is no additional registration required for the housing tour.  Housing tours are offered daily at 2:30 pm only, at the New Yorker Hotel.  


SCHOOL/CBO GROUP TOUR VISITS

Group tour sessions are fully booked for the fall 2018. We will post the group tour request form for the Spring 2019 in the coming weeks.


GRADUATE STUDENTS

Graduate students interested in Master’s programs, information sessions and campus tours may click here to learn more.