Posted by David Lazo on September 19, 2014 in Scholarships and Financial Aid, affordable, college, college cost, cost, CSS Profile, demonstrated need, expected family contribution, FAFSA, Financial Aid, Need-Based Financial Aid, need-blind, Net Price Calculator, No Loan, office of student financial aid vanderbilt, opportunity vanderbilt, paying for college, Pell Grant, tuition, video, work study
Posted by Jay Watson on September 15, 2014 in Uncategorized, admissions counselor, campus tours, Classes at Vanderbilt, Conte Nast, daily information sessions, developmental psychology, Dore for a day, Fodor's, human evolutionary genetics, information sessions, International Students, introductory biomechanics, music city, Nashville, New York Times, premodern japan, senior year, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, tour guides, virtual tour, world music
Last month, the School of Engineering opened the massive new Laboratory for Systems Integrity and Reliability (LASIR), a groundbreaking new research space. How big is this new lab? Big enough to house a Humvee, a wind tunnel, and the airframe of a military helicopter, with room to spare. Check out the video below to watch...
Moving away for college is a major life transitions for everyone. Admissions counselors David Lazo and Annalise Miyashiro share two perspectives on moving across the country to Nashville and Vanderbilt University.
Posted by David Lazo on August 22, 2014 in Advice for Parents, Commons, Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Nashville, Preparing for College, move-in, admissions counselor, aloha spirit, college, Diversity, goodbyes, Hawaii, home, Nashville, northern California, opportunities, opportunity, Parents, Research, San Francisco, southern charm, thrive, transitions, Vanderbilt community
On Saturday, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons was the scene of one of the coolest traditions from across the college landscape: Vanderbilt move-in. Today on the blog we take a look at the exciting welcome for The Class of 2018!
Road Shows are only one way to learn more about Vanderbilt. From 'Dore for a Day to our Inside 'Dores student blog, there are multiple ways to learn about whether Vanderbilt is a great college fit for you.
Posted by David Lazo on August 8, 2014 in College Fairs and VU Visiting Your High School, College Rankings, Preparing for College, Social Media in Higher Education, Summer, Vanderbilt Blogs, Visit Vanderbilt, Visiting Vanderbilt, contact a student, Daily Information, Dore for a day, finding your major, first class, happiest student body, inside dores, instagram, mailing list, twitter, Vanderbilt Road Show, vanderbilt virtual tour, youtube
Posted by Jay Watson on August 4, 2014 in Balance, College Rankings, academic community, affordable, arts, Balance, buisiness, Commons Cup, Diversity, Financial Aid, Greek Life, Happy, International, Music, Nashville, New York Times, Pharrell, politics, Princeton Review, Rites of Spring, Scholarships and Financial Aid, service, sports, Student Organizations, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons
Posted by Jay Watson on August 1, 2014 in Application Process, General Information, academic transcript, ACT, college applications, Common Application, Early Decision, Facebook, IELTS, instagram, PTE, QuickGuide, Recommendation letters, recommendations, SAT, teacher recommendations, test scores, Testing, TOEFL, Tumblr, Universal College Application, Vanderbilt and Standardized Testing, Vanderbilt Regular Decision
Posted by Jay Watson on July 22, 2014 in PreVU, Visit Vanderbilt, Visiting Vanderbilt, Alumni Hall, Blair School of Music, central library, Cohen Memorial, Dudley Field, kirkland hall, mandarin chinese, mobile, Moore College, Nashville, PreVU, smartphone, spanish, student rec, Summer, tablet, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, tour guides, Vanderbilt Baseball, Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, vanderbilt tour guides, vanderbilt virtual tour, video, virtual tour, Warren College