K-8th Grade Tours and Programming

Purpose

University Outreach at California State University Channel Islands looks to motivate and inform students, educators and families of the benefits of higher education and goal-setting for a brighter future.  Primarily serving K-8 grade students and parents of under-represented and low-income communities through distinct college readiness programs, University Outreach seeks to create a university-going culture through free-of-charge campus visits, school site visits and community events.

Programs Offered:

  • K-8th grade Pathway to College program (Fridays)
  • K-8th grade 1-hour Guided Tour (Wednesday or Thursday)
  • K-8th grade School Workshop/Presentation (varies depending on need, limited to Ventura County)

Things to know:

  • Tour guides are volunteers, known as the LEAP team. Tour capacities, minimum chaperones, and set times are non-flexible.
  • Select an on- or off-campus program link below to view specific information for each program.
  • Due to liability, visiting groups should provide one chaperone per ten students. Tours will be divided based on the number of chaperones that attend the visit.
  • Blackout dates and updated availability can be found on the registration page. The registration page can be found below by click "Register Now!".
  • Contact our main office for any questions at 805-437-3155.

Reservations for our programs are on a first-come, first-serve basis and are only accepted online. Registration opens May 1 for the following academic year.

Important Note:

A separate program for high school and community college students is offered through our Admissions & Recruitment office. Please visit the Admissions & Recruitment Campus Tours web page for more information.

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