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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
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 Carolyn Pippen on November 15, 2012 in Housing, Living on Campus, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Uncategorized, applying, athletics, board of trust, civil rights, college halls, divinity school, elizabeth boddie elliston, Financial Aid, grantland, henry grantland rice, kelly miller smith, max ludwig henning delbruck, merit scholarships, nobel prize, philanthropy, physics, poetry, Research, robert penn warren, school of medicine, stanford moore, the fugitives, vanderbilt aid society
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on June 14, 2012 in Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Uncategorized, Alumni Hall, Barnes and Noble, Calhoun Hall, Center for Second Language Studies, College Halls at Vanderbilt, construction, Dudley Field, Furman Hall, internships, Kissam Quadrangle, Medicine Health and Society, Memorial Gymnasium, Neely Auditorium, Rand Dining Hall, Sarratt Student Center, Student Organizations, Study Abroad, Summer, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Vanderbilt Bookstore, Writing Studio
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 21, 2012 in Academic Life, Commons, Freshman Commons, Housing, I've been admitted - now what?, Information for Incoming Students, Preparing for College, Registering for Classes, Uncategorized, brochures, campus visits, Class of 2016, college essays, college fairs, Commodore Card, Commodore Cash, Common Place, Commons Reading, Half the Sky, martha rivers ingram commons, Meal plan, registering for classes, Road to Vanderbilt, university email, VUNet ID, Your Enrollment Services
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 9, 2012 in Balance, Commons, Community Service, Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Student Life, Uncategorized, Commons Carnival, Commons Cup, Community Service, Competition, Division I Athletics, Energy Conservation, GPA, Greg Barz, Harry Potter, Heads of House, Honor Code, House Cup, Intramurals, martha rivers ingram commons, mechanical bull, North House, Sustainability
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 19, 2012 in Academic Life, Commons, Freshman Commons, Housing, Information for Incoming Students, Living on Campus, Student Life, Uncategorized, AmeriQuests, Black Cultural Center, Chalene Helmuth, Cynthia Gadd, Faculty, Frank Dobson, Greg Barz, Heads of House, Kevin Leander, Robert Barsky, Roger Cone, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Undergraduate Education, VISAGE
I’m not one to prop up U.S. News & World Report rankings, as I’m sure you know if you’ve read my previous posts on the topic. However, I saw this bit today and thought it was an appropriate time to discuss campus housing. According to the news organization, Vanderbilt is one of the top ten...
Posted by Kylie on January 27, 2011 in Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Uncategorized, admissions blog, Commons, Freshman Commons, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blog, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Vanderbilt Admissions Committee, Vanderbilt Balance, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vanderbilt Early Decision, Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt University Admissions
Outside of admission-related questions, the two most frequent questions I receive are 1) how Southern is Vanderbilt? and 2) how Greek is Vanderbilt? In past posts I addressed the Southern question (answer: as Southern as you want it to be). The Greek life question is particularly timely as we just completed formal rush on Vanderbilt’s...
Posted by Kylie on January 26, 2011 in Housing, Student Life, Balance, Freshman Commons, Greek Life, undergraduate admissions, vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blog, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Vanderbilt Admissions Committee, Vanderbilt Admissions Website, Vanderbilt Balance, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vanderbilt Early Decision, Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt University Admissions