Visiting campus is the best way to see if Shenandoah is the right fit for you!
We offer virtual visit opportunities, and on-campus visits in a limited capacity via a pre-registration confirmation.
We continue to monitor the latest coronavirus guidelines from health and government leaders, and we will conduct campus visits in a highly structured and measured way to protect your safety and the safety of those in our university community. The following guidelines are in place for confirmed campus visits:
- Families must register in advance for a visit. We are NOT accepting walk-in visits.
- Families will be limited to five or fewer people per visit.
- All guests, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear face masks during information sessions. Subject to change as coronavirus restrictions are revised.
Shenandoah students and faculty will be on Fall Break Monday, October 18 and Tuesday, October 19. While administrative offices are open through Fall Break, it will be quiet on campus.
Weekday Visits On-Campus
On-campus visits will be offered two times a day.
Visit will include a presentation and campus tour.
Pre-registration is required.
Weekday Visits On-Line
Our weekday virtual information sessions are for prospective students Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 3:30 p.m. The visit includes a presentation from a live admissions counselor and a virtual tour.
Virtual Information Sessions
Virtual information sessions are open to all undergraduate majors and occur on select days throughout the year. Virtual information sessions include an admissions presentation, a Q&A session with current SU students, and academic breakout sessions about specific majors.
In-Person Open Houses
An In-Person Open House includes an admissions presentation, information sessions about specific majors, a campus tour, the opportunity to eat lunch
on campus, and time to speak with
Saturday Buzz In Visits
Buzz In visits are on select Saturdays with limited capacity, and pre-registration is required.
Conservatory Open Houses
Open houses that include an optional information session about conservatory programs, during which, you will have the opportunity to meet faculty, and discuss curriculum specifics, performance opportunities, and have time to ask questions.
The Office of Admissions team is ready to help you learn more about our amazing campus and community – just with some social distancing in place. We can “meet” with you by text, phone, email, and social media: