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Meet the Global Ambassadores!

Feb. 12, 2018—Vanderbilt is a truly global community. With over 500 international undergraduates representing more than 45 countries, that’s a fact reflected in the student body. Offices like International Student & Scholar Services help international students at Vanderbilt with everything from instructions on navigating the visa process to finding a place in the student community, and cultural programs like...

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Ask the Tour Guides: Moving to Nashville

Oct. 30, 2017—You can find answers to all kinds of questions on our website, but sometimes there is no substitute for hearing from a current student. In our “Ask the Tour Guides” series we will ask some of our tour guides to answer commonly asked questions about the student experience at Vanderbilt. For our first post we...

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Student Spotlight: School of Engineering

Oct. 20, 2017—What’s it like to be a student at Vanderbilt? You can learn a lot about life at VU from our website or from our publications (which you can receive by requesting more information). For a closer look at a specific academic program, student organization, or activity, however, there’s no substitute for hearing directly from Vanderbilt students. We make that easy...

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Student Spotlight: Blair School of Music

Oct. 13, 2017—What’s it like to be a student at Vanderbilt? You can learn a lot about life at VU from our website or from our publications (which you can receive by requesting more information). For a closer look at a specific academic program, student organization, or activity, however, there’s no substitute for hearing directly from Vanderbilt students. We make that easy...

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Student Spotlight: Peabody College of Education and Human Development

Oct. 6, 2017—What’s it like to be a student at Vanderbilt? You can learn a lot about life at VU from our website or from our publications (which you can receive by requesting more information). For a closer look at a specific academic program, student organization, or activity, however, there’s no substitute for hearing directly from Vanderbilt students. We make that easy...

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Student Spotlight: College of Arts and Science

Sep. 29, 2017—What’s it like to be a student at Vanderbilt? You can learn a lot about life at VU from our website or from our publications (which you can receive by requesting more information). For a closer look at a specific academic program, student organization, or activity, however, there’s no substitute for hearing directly from Vanderbilt...

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3 Ways to Learn More About the Student/Faculty Relationship at Vanderbilt

Mar. 3, 2017—“What kind of interaction do Vanderbilt students have with faculty?” That’s a question that we in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions hear frequently from prospective students and their families. Admissions officers can go on and on about our impressive statistics and rankings – like our 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio and our #10 Best Undergraduate Teaching ranking...

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Student Takeovers on Snapchat

Oct. 17, 2016—There’s a new way to learn about student life at Vanderbilt, and it’s a snap! While Vanderbilt has been on Snapchat for a while, this summer was the start of something new:  student takeovers. On most Tuesdays a different undergraduate student takes control of the Vanderbilt account to bring you a unique story about their...

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Peabody College Admitted Students Hangout

Apr. 20, 2016—Continuing our series of Google Hangouts for admitted students, here is a session specifically geared for students admitted to the Peabody College of Education and Human Development. This session includes current Peabody students as well as U. Monique Robinson-Nichols, Associate Dean for Students and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, and Andrea Capizzi, Assistant Professor of the...

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Hanging out with Vanderbilt Students, Diversity Edition

Dec. 28, 2015—Today we continue our series of Google Hangouts with current students with a discussion about campus diversity. The conversation includes topics such as student organizations, campus cultural resources, the student experience, move-in, and more. Check out the full discussion in the video below. You can view our previous Google Hangouts at the links below: Academics...

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Applying as an International Student

Dec. 17, 2015—The college application process can be an intimidating experience, especially if you are considering leaving your home country to study in the United States. Don’t worry, though, because our international admissions team has the tips and advice to help you through the process of applying to Vanderbilt as an international student. Here are the top...

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Hanging out with Vanderbilt Students, Nashville Edition

Nov. 19, 2015—It’s time for another hangout with Vanderbilt students as we continue our series of Google Hangout conversations. This week’s topic is Nashville:  what it’s like to live and study in one of America’s coolest up-and-coming cities. You know, the kind of city that gets named to Lonely Planet’s top 10 Best in Travel 2016 list...

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