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Introducing Vanderbilt’s New Residential Colleges

Apr. 10, 2018—Vanderbilt University’s $600 million investment in constructing four new residential colleges is well under way with a scheduled completion by 2023. The first of their kind at Vanderbilt, Warren and Moore Colleges opened their doors in 2014. Over the next several years, Vanderbilt will construct four more residential colleges along West End Ave. Up first,...

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Vanderbilt & You, Class of 2021

Apr. 7, 2017—This April we’re holding more than 25 Vanderbilt & You receptions across the country and beyond to welcome  admitted students to the Commodore community. Whether you’re still deciding about where you’ll spend the next four years or you’ve already claimed your spot at Vanderbilt, these receptions are a great way to learn more about life at...

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Welcome to Vanderbilt, #vu2021

Jan. 19, 2017—In December we welcomed the newest members of the Vanderbilt community when we released our Early Decision I results for The Class of 2021. Since then, we’ve been enjoying the excitement they’ve shown on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, and other social media. We’ve enjoyed it so much, in fact, that we’ve compiled many of the...

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Fall Visit Opportunities

Sep. 13, 2016—Fall is a perfect time to plan a college visit, whether you are just starting to think about your school options or are in the final stages of deciding where to apply. At Vanderbilt we offer 4 excellent visit options to help you learn more about life as a Commodore: Daily information session and campus...

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PreVU Vanderbilt this Summer

Apr. 29, 2015—Guest blogger and admissions counselor Adrienne Spraggins explains her favorite thing about warm weather in Nashville and why you should add Music City (and PreVU) to your summer itinerary.

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Welcome to Vanderbilt, #vu2019

Dec. 22, 2014—The Class of 2019 is excited to join the Vanderbilt community, and we've got a roundup of their social media response here.

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Faculty View: First-year Writing Seminars, Part 2

Nov. 18, 2014—And now we continue where we left off with our look at the First-year Writing Seminars from the faculty perspective. . . Adam Meyer, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs:  Black-Jewish Relations in the 1950s and 1960s “Teaching a First-Year Writing Seminar is one of the aspects of being a Vanderbilt...

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Faculty View: First-year Writing Seminars, Part 1

Nov. 13, 2014—Jay recently asked several professors what it is like to teach the First-year Writing Seminars, the small-group, discussion based courses that all students in the College of Arts and Science take during their first year at Vanderbilt.

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Research at Vanderbilt

Nov. 6, 2014—Research at Vanderbilt takes many different forms. Today on the blog David discusses some unique VU research opportunities and how students can find them.

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4 Vanderbilt Visit Opportunities for the Fall

Sep. 15, 2014—There's nothing like experiencing a campus for yourself to see if it's a good fit for you. Today on the blog we take a look at 4 great campus visit opportunities for this fall.

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Welcome to Campus, Class of 2018

Aug. 19, 2014—On Saturday, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons was the scene of one of the coolest traditions from across the college landscape: Vanderbilt move-in. Today on the blog we take a look at the exciting welcome for The Class of 2018!

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Why Are Vanderbilt Students So Happy

Aug. 4, 2014—Vanderbilt ranks as the #1 happiest college in America, according to a new survey by the Princeton Review. So, what makes Commodores so darn happy? We investigate today on the blog.

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