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Plan a Visit

Prospective students and their families can experience St. Norbert College and the opportunities available here in a variety of ways.

On-Campus Visits
We are excited to once again welcome students and their families on campus during in-person visits. Our campus is looking its best, and we’re delighted to show you and your family around! Aside from a socially distanced tour of campus, you’ll have the chance to talk about the admission process, majors, campus life and financial aid with an admission counselor.

For the health and safety of all concerned, we are limiting the group size of tours and are following strict protocols during visits.



Virtual Visits
We encourage you to take a look at our virtual visit offerings. These include student-led video tours and one-to-one online or phone meetings with an admission counselor.

Virtual Visits

Schedule a virtual visit with one of our admission counselors. They’re eager to connect with you (and your parents, if you like) and answer any questions you may have.

Depending on availability, we may also be able to arrange other virtual opportunities, such as:

  • Faculty appointments
  • Green Knight athletics coach appointments
  • Chats with current students





Video Tours

Our student-led virtual video tours will take you around campus to some of our most notable buildings.

Meet Your Tour Guides
Ready to begin? First, let’s meet your tour guides ...



Gehl-Mulva Science Center
The Gehl-Mulva Science Center is a cutting-edge science facility equipped with the latest technology. It also houses the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Green Bay campus, making St. Norbert the smallest school in the country to have a medical college on its campus.



Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center
The Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center is a new state-of-the-art facility that is home to St. Norbert’s basketball, volleyball, indoor track, and swimming and diving teams. Health Services and Counseling & Psychological Services can also be found in this building, making it a place for everyone in the St. Norbert community to use and enjoy.



Michels Commons
Michels Commons is home to the college’s largest and busiest dining hall, Ruth’s Marketplace, a stylish, health-conscious food court with a two-story atrium overlooking Third Street. In addition, Michels Commons contains a ballroom, reception spaces, outdoor patios and Dale’s Sports Lounge, which offers students an after-hours, sports-themed, casual-dining option. Ranked “Best College Food in Wisconsin” and top-ranked nationally, you won’t be disappointed when you try our food during your campus visit.



Miriam B. & James J. Mulva Library

The Miriam B. & James J. Mulva Library is a major hub for St. Norbert students and houses a variety of services including the Writing Center, Tech Bar and Ed’s Cafe, our on-campus coffee shop.



Baer Mall
Baer Mall is your entry point to the arts on campus. Both the Bush Art Center and the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts are located off the mall. From theatre to music, from art galleries to design-studio computer labs, St. Norbert is a great place to bring your creative thoughts and ideas to life.



Main Hall
Completed in 1903, just five years after the college’s founding, Main Hall once housed the entire college. Today, Main Hall is the college’s central administrative building and home to the offices of the president, college advancement, student affairs and human resources. A De Pere landmark, Main Hall is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. 



Todd Wehr Hall
This one-stop location houses many student services and resources, from Residential Education & Housing to the registrar’s office, from our Emmaus Center for campus ministry to the office of career and professional development. Todd Wehr is also home to the St. Norbert College Bookstore, where students can rent or purchase textbooks and other classroom materials, and where visitors can pick up St. Norbert gear and mementos.



Old St. Joe’s Church
Old St. Joseph’s Catholic church was built in 1890 and became the St. Norbert College Parish in 1969, the first college parish in the United States. The parish is made up of students, staff, faculty and members of the De Pere community. Here, you can explore your faith and spiritual life through a traditional Catholic Mass or through programs geared toward a variety of Christian denominations. The building sits at No. 18 on theologydegrees.org’s list of the “50 Most Amazing College Chapels and Churches.” 

Campus Map

Our interactive campus map is the next best thing to actually being on campus. Check it out to get a sense of our beautiful riverfront campus.

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Text an SNC Student

Get an “insider’s” view of St. Norbert College! SNC students are eager to share their experiences with high school students – what life is really like here, what they enjoy most, the opportunities they’ve had …

Now it’s easy to get their perspective. You can text them anytime Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and ask them anything you like! (A few thought-starters: Get their take on our fitness facilities … their professors … the things you can get involved in here … the food!)

The best people to tell you about the St. Norbert experience are the people who are living it, right now – so text away!




Virtual Visits

Schedule a virtual visit with one of our admission counselors. They’re eager to connect with you (and your parents, if you like) and answer any questions you may have.

Depending on availability, we may also be able to arrange other virtual opportunities, such as:

  • Faculty appointments
  • Green Knight athletics coach appointments
  • Chats with current students





Video Tours

Our student-led virtual video tours will take you around campus to some of our most notable buildings.

Meet Your Tour Guides
Ready to begin? First, let’s meet your tour guides ...



Gehl-Mulva Science Center
The Gehl-Mulva Science Center is a cutting-edge science facility equipped with the latest technology. It also houses the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Green Bay campus, making St. Norbert the smallest school in the country to have a medical college on its campus.



Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center
The Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center is a new state-of-the-art facility that is home to St. Norbert’s basketball, volleyball, indoor track, and swimming and diving teams. Health Services and Counseling & Psychological Services can also be found in this building, making it a place for everyone in the St. Norbert community to use and enjoy.



Michels Commons
Michels Commons is home to the college’s largest and busiest dining hall, Ruth’s Marketplace, a stylish, health-conscious food court with a two-story atrium overlooking Third Street. In addition, Michels Commons contains a ballroom, reception spaces, outdoor patios and Dale’s Sports Lounge, which offers students an after-hours, sports-themed, casual-dining option. Ranked “Best College Food in Wisconsin” and top-ranked nationally, you won’t be disappointed when you try our food during your campus visit.



Miriam B. & James J. Mulva Library

The Miriam B. & James J. Mulva Library is a major hub for St. Norbert students and houses a variety of services including the Writing Center, Tech Bar and Ed’s Cafe, our on-campus coffee shop.



Baer Mall
Baer Mall is your entry point to the arts on campus. Both the Bush Art Center and the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts are located off the mall. From theatre to music, from art galleries to design-studio computer labs, St. Norbert is a great place to bring your creative thoughts and ideas to life.



Main Hall
Completed in 1903, just five years after the college’s founding, Main Hall once housed the entire college. Today, Main Hall is the college’s central administrative building and home to the offices of the president, college advancement, student affairs and human resources. A De Pere landmark, Main Hall is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. 



Todd Wehr Hall
This one-stop location houses many student services and resources, from Residential Education & Housing to the registrar’s office, from our Emmaus Center for campus ministry to the office of career and professional development. Todd Wehr is also home to the St. Norbert College Bookstore, where students can rent or purchase textbooks and other classroom materials, and where visitors can pick up St. Norbert gear and mementos.



Old St. Joe’s Church
Old St. Joseph’s Catholic church was built in 1890 and became the St. Norbert College Parish in 1969, the first college parish in the United States. The parish is made up of students, staff, faculty and members of the De Pere community. Here, you can explore your faith and spiritual life through a traditional Catholic Mass or through programs geared toward a variety of Christian denominations. The building sits at No. 18 on theologydegrees.org’s list of the “50 Most Amazing College Chapels and Churches.” 

Campus Map

Our interactive campus map is the next best thing to actually being on campus. Check it out to get a sense of our beautiful riverfront campus.

interactivemap.jpg

Text an SNC Student

Get an “insider’s” view of St. Norbert College! SNC students are eager to share their experiences with high school students – what life is really like here, what they enjoy most, the opportunities they’ve had …

Now it’s easy to get their perspective. You can text them anytime Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and ask them anything you like! (A few thought-starters: Get their take on our fitness facilities … their professors … the things you can get involved in here … the food!)

The best people to tell you about the St. Norbert experience are the people who are living it, right now – so text away!




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