Visit the Campus
Visit the Campus
We offer several opportunities to learn more about all Adler University has to offer and to tour our beautiful campus, located in the heart of downtown Chicago. You can RSVP to any of these events by emailing us or calling 312-662-4100.
For parking information, directions, or hotel information, please click the appropriate box on the right-hand side of this page.
Monthly Friday Tours
Tours of our Chicago campus are given by our Admissions Counselors and Student Ambassadors one Friday each month at 2 p.m. Following the tour, an Admissions Counselor will review program information and answer questions for those who are interested.
Faculty Meet and Greets
Our Meet and Greets are a great opportunity to meet with our faculty to ask them questions directly about the programs we offer. In addition, you will hear from integral campus services such as Admissions, and Financial Aid. Attendees will also receive a tour of the campus. To see a list of upcoming dates, please visit our Admissions Calendar.
We offer individual advising sessions during normal office hours, with the last appointment of the day typically taking place an hour before our office closes.
Our office hours are Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
We are typically closed on all major holidays, but we encourage you to call us to verify our holiday schedule.
To arrange an individual advising session, please contact the Office of Admissions or your Admissions Counselor. Please specify your preferred date and time in your email, and we will make every effort to accommodate you.
Can’t visit in person? We have you covered. Click here to take a virtual tour of our campus.
In addition to on-campus Meet and Greets, we offer many online events throughout the year that highlight specific programs, hosted by admissions staff and faculty. Check out our Admissions Calendar for a list of upcoming events, which is updated regularly.
About our Location
The Chicago campus is located in the heart of downtown, with easy access to all modes of public transportation such as CTA trains and buses, Metra, South Shore Line, and Amtrak. It is also within walking distance of museums, the theater district, Millennium Park and its famous “Bean,” Michigan Avenue shopping (“the Magnificent Mile”), and Navy Pier.
In addition to the amenities and attractions Chicago has to offer, there are other benefits of attending a school of psychology in a major metropolitan area. One is the diversity provided by area residents. Students can experience this diversity not only in their personal lives, but also in the large range of practicum sites.
The metropolitan area also provides access to world-class universities, teaching hospitals, cultural institutions, and museums. Chicago plays host to a large number of professional conferences every year that attract experts and well-known researchers from a wide range of disciplines. The campus is also near civic and government offices. As a result, students have easy access to presentations by legislators, policy makers, and other public officials.