Skip to main content

‘college visits’

Learn about Vanderbilt through VirtualVU this summer!

Jun. 18, 2020—For high school students thinking about college, this summer — like everything else in our world — is probably looking quite different than what you might have expected three months ago. While this is a time traditionally filled with college road trips and campus tours, you’ve had to transition to learning about college from home....

Read more

This Summer, Get a PreVU of Vanderbilt

Apr. 25, 2019—Registration for PreVU, Vanderbilt’s summer campus visit program for rising high school seniors, is now open – don’t miss out on your chance to PreVU Vanderbilt this summer! Here on campus, the signs of spring are everywhere, from the blossoms on the trees to the students getting ready for finals. Commencement is just weeks away,...

Read more

Introducing new blogger Mickhale Lamba!

Nov. 14, 2018—Hey everyone! My name is Mickhale Lamba and I am one of the newest admissions counselors in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. I’m also a new member of the blogging team, and I’m excited to share my perspective on the admissions process and all the things that make this university so special. I am originally...

Read more

Spring Visit Options

Mar. 8, 2018—Spring has sprung here in Nashville! For students at Vanderbilt, spring means that Rites of Spring and  final exams are on the horizon. For juniors and seniors in high school, spring is a time to start ramping up or wrapping up the college search process! Usually this means many visits to college campuses. Here are...

Read more

Your Nashville Summer Visit Guide

Jul. 5, 2016—It’s summer break! What are your plans? College visits? Family vacation? How about both. Vanderbilt and Nashville are great destinations this summer. Where else can you visit a top-20 school in a city ranked on the Lonely Planet Top 10 Best in Travel 2016 list? (Hint: nowhere else!) From campus tours to concerts, here are...

Read more

New Year’s Resolutions for Current High School Students

Jan. 13, 2012—Carolyn Pippen on what students in grades 9 - 12 can be doing to prepare for college.

Read more