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We're going on tour. Come see us in venues across the country.

This summer, the Vanderbilt Office of Undergraduate Admissions will travel to a series of Road Show receptions across the country. Each ninety-minute program typically features a media presentation led by admissions officers, a question-and-answer session, and alumni, current students, or Vanderbilt parents as speakers. Don't miss this chance to visit with members of our admissions staff and to learn more about Vanderbilt's academic opportunities, student life, and affordability through financial aid.

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Late Summer Road Shows

Birmingham, AL 08/02/17 7:00 PM Vestavia Hills High School Register
Huntsville, AL 08/03/17 7:00 PM Randolph School Register
Bay Area, CA 07/31/17 7:00PM The Nueva School Register
San Francisco, CA 08/01/17 7:00PM Urban School of San Francisco Register
Fort Lauderdale, FL 08/02/17 7:00 PM Cypress Bay High School Register
Jacksonville, FL 07/30/17 3:00 PM The Bolles School Register
Miami, FL 08/01/17 7:00 PM Christopher Columbus High School Register
Orlando, FL 07/30/17 3:00PM Windermere Preparatory School Register
Tampa, FL 07/31/17 7:00 PM Tampa Preparatory School Register
Atlanta, GA 07/31/17 7:00 PM The Lovett School Register
Atlanta, GA 08/01/17 7:00 PM Milton High School Register
Honolulu, HI 08/02/17 7:00PM McKinley High School Register
Chicago, IL 08/06/17 3:00 PM Hilton Chicago Northbrook Register
Chicago, IL 08/07/17 7:00 PM Chicago Marriott Oak Brook Register
Indianapolis, IN 08/03/17 7:00 PM Carmel High School Register
Lexington, KY 08/01/17 7:00 PM Lexington Catholic High School Register
Louisville, KY 08/02/17 7:00 PM DuPont Manual High School Register
Boston, MA 08/07/17 7:00 PM Boston Marriott Newton Register
Baltimore, MD 08/07/17 7:00 PM Pikesville High School Register
Bethesda, MD 08/08/17 7:00 PM Silver Spring Civic Building at Veterans Plaza Register
Detroit, MI 08/09/17 7:00 PM Cranbrook School Register
Minneapolis, MN 08/10/17 7:00 PM Breck School Register
Billings, MT 08/08/17 7:00 PM Billings Main Library Register
Charlotte, NC 08/08/17 7:00 PM Providence Day School Register
Raleigh, NC 08/06/17 3:00 PM Saint Mary's School Register
Winston-Salem, NC 08/07/17 7:00 PM Forsyth Country Day Register
Fargo, ND 08/09/17 7:00 PM Fargo Main Library Register
Princeton, NJ 08/10/17 7:00 PM The Hun School of Princeton Register
Morristown, NJ 08/09/17 7:00 PM Newark Academy Register
Long Island, NY 08/08/17 7:00 PM Roslyn Middle School Register
Cincinnati, OH 08/06/17 3:00 PM The Summit Country Day School Register
Cleveland, OH 08/08/17 7:00 PM Shaker Heights High School Register
Columbus, OH 08/07/17 7:00 PM New Albany High School Register
Toronto, ON 08/10/17 7:00 PM Fairview Library Register
Philadelphia, PA 08/06/17 3:00 PM Friends Central High School Register
San Juan, PR 08/03/17 7:00 PM St Johns School Register
Charleston, SC 08/10/17 7:00 PM Academic Magnet High School Register
Columbia, SC 08/09/17 7:00 PM Columbia Museum of Art Register
Sioux Falls, SD 08/10/17 7:00 PM Oak View Branch Library Register
Chattanooga, TN 07/30/17 3:00 PM Chattanooga School of Arts and Sciences Register
Knoxville, TN 07/31/17 7:00 PM The Webb School Register
Salt Lake City, UT 08/07/17 7:00 PM Park City High School Register
Fairfax County, VA 08/09/17 7:00 PM St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School Register
Richmond, VA 08/10/17 7:00 PM St. Christopher's School Register
Madison, WI 08/09/17 7:00 PM Edgewood High School Register
Milwaukee, WI 08/08/17 7:00 PM Divine Savior Holy Angels High School Register
Cheyenne, WY 08/06/17 2:00 PM Laramie Public Library Register

 

Vanderbilt Road Show FAQ:

1. What exactly is the Vanderbilt Road Show?

While we encourage all families to visit campus, the Road Show provides you with one way to learn about Vanderbilt without having to travel. Each 90-minute program typically features a media presentation led by Vanderbilt admissions officers and a question-and-answer session. Join us to learn more about Vanderbilt's unique campus, premier academic programs, the admissions process, and expanded financial aid opportunities. Many events will also feature a current Vanderbilt parent, current student, or alumnus/a as a guest speaker.

2. When are the Vanderbilt Road Shows?

In 2017 we will hold one leg of Vanderbilt Road Show events in May with another leg to follow in July and August.  

3. Will my admissions officer be in attendance at the Road Show in my area?

While we try our best to send admissions officers to their territories, it is not always possible. All of our admission officers are knowledgeable about the admissions process, as well as campus life, so the presentation will be informative and worthwhile to attend, even if your counselor is not in attendance. If you are interested in establishing contact with him or her, you can find your admissions counselor's name and email address on the admissions counselor website.

4. My city is not listed. Will Vanderbilt be visiting my area any time soon?

We will be holding a series of Vanderbilt Road Show events in August as well; we will post those dates and locations early this summer.  Additionally, our admissions counselors travel to various cities and states to participate in high school visits or college fairs. Please check our college fair website or speak with your high school counselor to find out if we will be visiting your area soon. We also host evening programs across the United States and internationally with other colleges and universities. These joint travel programs typically include formal presentations from each school, as well as time for questions.

5. The event I prefer to attend is full. Is there a waitlist for the event? How can I attend?

In addition to regular registration, each event also has a waitlist set up for registration. If your preferred event is showing as full, we have reached capacity for the venue and the waitlist is currently full as well. We recommend checking back at another time as guests may change their plans and cancel their registration. You may also want to check our travel page or speak with your high school counselor to find out if we will be visiting your area soon.

6. If I cannot attend a Road Show event, how can I visit campus?

All students and parents are encouraged to visit campus. You may schedule an information session and campus tour, or attend any of our campus programs. Please see our campus visit website for more information. Registration is required for all of our campus visit programs, so we encourage visitors to register in advance and confirm your visit prior to making travel arrangements.

6. May I bring my parents or friends to the Road Show?

When you register, you are welcome to include your parents in the total number of people in your party. We strongly encourage additional students to register individually for the event.

7. Do I need to wear specific attire to the Road Show?

No. Please come dressed comfortably and you may wish to bring a jacket or sweater as some venues may be drafty.

For further information, please contact Road Show Coordinator Shane McGuire.