Admitted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to Colgate!

Information for students who have received a formal notification of admission.

Students walk on the academic quad between classes.


Use your portal login information sent to your email at the time of application to enroll

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The beauty of campus is — and has always been — a defining feature of the Colgate experience. Visit options designed for admitted students are listed below.  Additional visit opportunities are also available.


Colgate is a place of lifelong connections, and these connections begin now. Join the Colgate University Class of 2024 Facebook group to meet your classmates, or contact a current student.


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Admitted Student Visit Options

A view of the campus hillside in sunshine amidst fall foliage

Experience Colgate

April 6 & April 24, 2020 

A full-day visit program showcasing Colgate's academic and residential experience, active and intellectually curious campus, tight-knit supportive community, and the resources available to help students succeed after Colgate.

Students walk on campus in the fall.

Admitted Student Visit Days

March 23–April 30, 2020

A morning-visit program that gives you the opportunity to spend time with Colgate community members. You will have a classroom experience and tour campus with a current Colgate student. Your guests have the option of attending an admission information session or drop-in hours at the Office of Financial Aid. 

Congratulatory Receptions

Join us in your area to celebrate your acceptance with alumni and additional members of the Colgate community. 

Past locations have included:

  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Denver/Rocky Mountain Region
  • Fairfield County, Conn.
  • Georgia
  • Los Angeles/Southern Calif.
  • New Haven/Hartford, Conn.
  • New York City
  • San Francisco/Northern Calif.

Submit your enrollment deposit andget ready for your Colgate experience

Parents and Families