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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
With the incoming first-year and transfer classes for fall of 2014 now full, I write today to announce that we are closing these wait lists. We have emailed those of you who indicated your continued interest in admission to Vanderbilt in order to update you as quickly as possible. To all students who were placed...
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on March 10, 2014 in Commons, General Information, Housing, Information for Incoming Students, Uncategorized, alumni lawn, apartments, Barnard Hall, Blakemore House, Branscomb, Branscomb Quadrangle, Carmichael Towers, Chaffin Place, Cole Hall, double rooms, Greek Row, Highland Quad, Housing, leadership, Lewis Hall, Lupton, Mayfield Place, McGill Hall, McGill Project, McTyeire, Memorial Gym, Moore College, Morgan Hall, Nashville, Recreation and wellness center, residential houses, residential requirement, Ro*Tiki, Rocket Subs, Sarratt Student Center, Scales, single rooms, single-sex dorms, Stapleton, Student Life Center, student rec, suites, The College Halls, The College Halls at Kissam, The Ingram Commons, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Tolman Hall, upperclassman, upperclassmen, Vanderbilt Hall, Vandy Barnard, Vaughn, Warren College
Posted by Jay Watson on March 6, 2014 in Commons, General Information, Social Media in Higher Education, athletics, center for student professional development, Facebook, fine arts, Flickr, instagram, mandarin chinese, Pinterest, Renren, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, twitter, Tyler Beede, Vanderbilt Campus Dining, Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, Vanderbilt Global Education Office, Weibo
Posted by Jay Watson on February 26, 2014 in Balance, General Information, Know Your City, Nashville, Student Life, Ann Patchett, Arnold's Country Kitchen, Bella Napoli, Belmont, country music hall of fame, dolly parton, Edgehill Village, Elvis, hank williams, James Beard Award, James K. Polk, meat-and-three, Nashville MTA, Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Nomzilla, Parnassus Books, Roy Orbison, Studio B, Taco Mamacita, taylor swift, Tennessee State Capitol, Waylon Jennings