Admission Events

Cal Lutheran hosts a variety of events throughout the year to let you and your family explore our campus. Join us and find out if Cal Lutheran is a good fit for the kind of college experience you're looking for.

Admitted Student Day

As an admitted student, come and meet professors from various academic programs. Find out more about financing a Cal Lutheran education, take a tour residence halls, and learn about campus life, orientation, clubs and involvement opportunities.


Admitted students have the opportunity to get a personalized preview of life on campus through Cal Lutheran: All-Access. We'll even help cover some of your travel costs!

Fall Into CLU and Spring Into CLU

The Overnight Experience program is offered during Fall and Spring each year. Current high school seniors and transfer students, who have applied to Cal Lutheran, and their families, are invited to spend a day on our campus with faculty, staff, and other prospective students and families.

Honors Day

Honors Day is designed to give admitted students in the top-tier of our applicant pool an opportunity to visit campus to experience Cal Lutheran first-hand. Students will learn about the University Honors Program, Undergraduate Research opportunities, and interview for the Presidential Scholarships.

InCLUsive Overnight

The InCLUsive Overnight Scholars Program gives admitted high school students the opportunity to learn what life is like as a CLU student by staying in a residence hall, making connections with faculty and staff, and interacting with current students who make Cal Lutheran their home.

CLUtheran Overnight

The CLUtheran Overnight Experience program is offered during our Admitted Student Day event in April. Admitted, high school students, who identify as Lutheran, are invited to visit and learn more about spiritual life on campus.


Telios is our Outdoor Orientation and Leadership program designed for incoming first year students. The goal of Telios is to bring new students together and have an experience learning about themselves in the wilderness of the Grand Canyon or Yosemite.