Virtual Visit

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The best way for prospective high school students to get to know the University of Virginia is to attend an information session and tour. We are currently offering virtual information sessions and in-person tours. Learn more below about ways to connect with us and how to register for our events!

Virtual Information Sessions

The best way for prospective high school students to get to know the University of Virginia is to attend an information session and tour. While we can’t host information sessions on Grounds at the moment, we offer a few ways for you to explore UVA from a distance.

Questions? Register to attend one of our upcoming information sessions. Learn about the university and the admissions process. Choose a day of the week to register for a virtual information session.

Information Sessions


These live virtual events will include an overview of our admission process, a short virtual tour given by one of our current students, and an interactive question and answer session with current students. We hope to provide you with a better understanding of the application process, give you tips on completing your application, and introduce you to the unique experiences UVA students enjoy most.

In advance of your session, you may want to join our contact listtake our virtual tour of the Grounds and explore the residence halls on the housing website.

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In-Person Visit

Tours

The best way for prospective students to get to know the University of Virginia is by visiting us in Charlottesville and take a student-led tour of the historic University Grounds. The tours are limited in size and will require registration. We also offer self-guided and virtual tours for those who are unable to register. 

You can find information on the most up-to-date University COVID policies here. This site includes current information on masking and vaccination requirements at UVA. Please visit this site within 24 hours of arrival on Grounds for you tour.

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