K-8th Grade Tours and Programming

Purpose

University Outreach at California State University Channel Islands looks to motivate and inform K-8th grade students the benefits of higher education and goal-setting for a brighter future.  Primarily serving K-8th grade students 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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