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Congratulations!

Welcome to Vanderbilt's Class of 2025.

Academics

We're in This Together.

We know that this past year has presented new challenges for all of us. At Vanderbilt, the challenges have underscored our unshakable belief in the power of human potential and of a transformative education. While the ways we live, learn, and interact have evolved over the past year, our commitment to collaborative learning and belief in a residential education have not changed. Though it may look a little different during a pandemic, life at Vanderbilt continues to be an innovative experience with a community of people who respect and care for each other, and who work things out together.

Throughout this page you’ll see members of the Vanderbilt community wearing face masks and staying physically distanced to support each other’s well-being during the pandemic, as well as images from past years. We hope this page will help you get to know us better and show you the values that anchor us, even during times of uncertainty.

Learn more about Vanderbilt’s response to COVID-19:

 

What's Next?

  1. Claim your spot and pay the $400 matriculation fee.
  2. Receive an email from the University Registrar with instructions for creating your VUnetID.
  3. Apply for housing at vanderbilt.edu/resed.
  4. Look for course registration materials to arrive by early summer.

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Connect

Connect with the Class of 2025. Your incoming class is filled with people from all over the world, each of whom brings a unique set of skills, interests, and talents to campus. Start making friends today.

Living at Vanderbilt

Some lessons are best learned outside of class. The Vanderbilt community brings students, faculty, and staff together in more than 475 organizations that fulfill the varied interests of more than 6,900 undergraduates.

 
 
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Nashville

 

The New York Times. Rolling Stone. Forbes. These days, Nashville is at the top of everyone's list.  Nashville's rich culinary offerings, diverse music venues, trendy urban neighborhoods, and wide open green spaces make for an ideal college city.