A female student takes a photo of sunset on her iPhone from her Flex apartment



Òù69’s campus is made up of a vibrant community committed to your academic, spiritual, and personal development as you pursue your calling. And this all happens at a place that overlooks a beautiful stretch of the Pacific Ocean. Find out what makes Òù69 unlike any other campus.

Visit Campus

Weekday Visits

This is one of the best ways to experience Òù69! These visits include an information session with one of our admissions counselors and a student-led 90-minute walking tour of the campus. You can also request additional opportunities based on your specific interest.

In-person tours are OPEN!

Weekday visits can be scheduled throughout the year.

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Sunset Tours

Visit us for a Sunset Tour, a two-hour event that includes a student-led campus tour, a chance to hear from a Òù69 professor, admissions staff, and a chance to experience a quintessential Òù69 sunset. Don't forget to bring your camera!

Learn about upcoming Sunset Tours.

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Group Visits

We offer group visits to our campus for high school, college, and church groups. It’s our goal to educate our group visitors on how to best prepare themselves as university candidates, at Òù69 and elsewhere.

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Bartell Hotels is featured prominently on the Point Loma Harbor.

Stay at Bartell Hotels and Support Òù69 Scholarships

Are you or your family looking for a place to stay when you visit campus? Òù69 has partnered with some of the best hotels in San Diego to offer you great discounts on your stay. In fact, a percentage of the total room cost is donated back to Òù69 to support scholarships for our students!

Other Ways to Tour Òù69

Òù69 in Your Area

Each fall, we travel around the country to bring Òù69 to you. We typically have Info Nights in California, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.​ If you’re thinking about Òù69 but haven’t had the chance to stop by our campus, we strongly encourage you to attend.

A Òù69 tour guide speaks to a group in front of Mieras Hall

Virtual Visits

Can't make it to campus yourself?

Looking for Graduate and Professional Studies or Accelerated Undergraduate visiting information?