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College Royal is the largest university open house event of its kind in North America. Each March, the University of Guelph opens its doors to the general public in a campus-wide open house that attracts thousands of visitors every year. For students, College Royal is also a 12-day long event that includes popular events like Super Thursday, Kick-Off Pub and Fashion Show. College Royal is a 100% student run and organized event. 
College Royal has been a tradition at the University of Guelph since 1925! Held during the last weekend of March Break each year, Open House Weekend is a chance to explore the university campus and see what the professors and students are up to. College Royal is a FREE event for the entire family and each year we welcome over 20,000 visitors.

College Royal is the largest university open house event of its kind in North America. Each March, the University of Guelph opens its doors to the general public in a campus-wide open house that attracts thousands of visitors every year. For students, College Royal is also a 12-day long event that includes popular events like Super Thursday, Kick-Off Pub and Fashion Show. College Royal is a 100% student run and organized event.

 
College Royal has been a tradition at the University of Guelph since 1925! Held during the last weekend of March Break each year, Open House Weekend is a chance to explore the university campus and see what the professors and students are up to. College Royal is a FREE event for the entire family and each year we welcome over 20,000 visitors.

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Event Schedule

March 16th, 2019 at 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

March 17th, 2019 at 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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