This half-day visit is designed for international high school juniors, seniors and admitted students, and offers you a chance to shadow a current Vanderbilt student. We recommend participating in this program in addition to attending the Daily Information Session and Campus Tour, which is held at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday during the academic year (when classes are in session).
You will meet your Vanderbilt host at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and eat lunch together at an on-campus eatery (lunch included). With your host, you will attend one or two classes and spend time together exploring campus. Your visit will conclude at 4:00 p.m. CST.
Global 'Dore for a Day is available Monday through Friday when classes are in session and when space is available. If you are a U.S. citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident living in the U.S., please register for 'Dore for a Day.
12:45 p.m. — Meet with a Vanderbilt admissions officer at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1:00 p.m. — Meet your international host at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3:30 p.m. — Meet with International Scholarships and Student Services at the ISSS office in the Student Life Center
Registration for Global 'Dore for a Day is required. Please check back with us in September for details on how to register for this event. If you are planning to visit Vanderbilt University during the summer holidays, we invite your research our other visit opportunities, such as our Daily Information Session and Campus Tour.
Please be advised that you should register only one person (the student) for Global 'Dore for a Day. The program is not designed to accommodate other family members. Parents and siblings may register for a Daily Information Session and Campus Tour if sessions are available.
Please email, call (800.288.0432), or Skype (vanderbilt.undergradadmissions) the Global 'Dore for a Day team if your plans change and you can't attend, or if you're running late. Host students are only able to wait 10 minutes past the program start time due to class restraints.