Visiting Morton College

  • Campus Tours

    Morton College is excited about your campus visit; we look forward to meeting with you and providing general information, a historical perspective about our campus and student resources. 

    Tours are available throughout the academic school year and summer terms. Tours are held every Tuesday from 9 - 2 PM. Tours are FREE and are approximately one hour long. Tours begin with guest check-in on the first floor of Building A.

    We recommend that guests wear comfortable shoes and avoid bringing items that may become difficult to carry during the walking tour. 

    Individual Tours

    Reservations are required for individual tours. We request a five-day notice in order to schedule individual tours. When you submit a reservation, please include any special accommodations you require.

    Register for an individual tour

    Group Tours

    Reservations are required for small/large group tours, with a maximum of 100 people. We request two weeks notice to schedule group tours. When you submit a reservation, please include any special accommodations your group requires.

    Register for a group tour

    Information Sessions

    Information Sessions are designed to introduce you to career opportunities related to the academic programs we offer, detail admissions criteria and outline academic program requirements.

    For more information, visit the Information Sessions web page.

    Imagine Yourself at Morton College Event

    The Imagine Yourself at Morton College is an annual spring semester event that supports you on your journey toward success at Morton College. 

    This event is open to the general public and admission is free. Information regarding the next Imagine Yourself at Morton College event will be posted as soon as it is available.

    Hawthorne Museum Tours

    To arrange a museum tour for individuals, groups, and students call (708) 656-8000, Ext. 2320. Admission is free. For more information on the Hawthorne Museum, visit the Museum’s web page.