Exploring VCU is only a click away! Take a virtual trip to campus and check out some of the most popular spots.
Join us virtually
Ready to experience VCU from the comfort of your home and find out what it's like to be a Ram? VCU is committed to offering a number of virtual opportunities for you to meet with our admissions staff and tour our campus.
Though we're disappointed that we are unable to host guests for on-campus visits at this time, or travel to meet with students in their hometowns, we know these decisions are the right ones. Your safety and health are of most importance to us.
We look forward to connecting with you virtually until we're able to meet again in-person!
- Student waving bubble wand in Shafer Court [View Image]
- Members of VCU’s pep band play their instruments as they march down Broad St. [View Image]
- People eating inside a restaurant [View Image]
- Students walk in front of VCU’s Cabell Library [View Image]
- Pedestrians walk past a musician playing guitar on Cary St. [View Image]
- Interior of VCU’s Cabell Library [View Image]
- Historic VCU buildings lining Franklin Street [View Image]
- The rock climbing wall at VCU’s Cary Street Gym [View Image]
Our virtual information sessions are held Monday through Saturday at various times for prospective students and their families. These information sessions are conducted by our admissions counselors and provide overviews of the university and the steps for completing the admissions application process.
High school visits and college fairs
Connect with your admissions counselor by registering for upcoming virtual high school visits and college fairs. These engaging sessions will offer prospective students an opportunity to hear more about what makes VCU unique, while providing students with an opportunity to get answers to all of their questions about the university and the admissions process.
Want to reach out to a specific department or school to schedule a virtual visit or ask a question? Find out about the online resources we have available for you and how to connect with us below.
College of Engineering: A member of VCU’s College of Engineering admissions team would love to host you for a real-time virtual visit! Schedule your visit with us online. You can also contact us at email@example.com.
James Branch Cabell Library: Although our facilities are temporarily closed, you can visit go.vcu.edu/library-classes for a list of upcoming online events and open workshops.
School of Business: Take a virtual visit with us via Google Hangouts. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule it.
School of Education: Send your questions to the School of Education at email@example.com or call (804) 827-2670.
School of Nursing: Our staff remains available to answer any program or admission questions you have. Contact the Office of Student Success at (804) 828-5171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Pharmacy: Prospective Pharm.D. students are encouraged to join the School of Pharmacy for one of their virtual information sessions or Open Houses. Appointments can be scheduled on the School of Pharmacy website.
VCU Honors College: Join us on Zoom for group information sessions for both accepted and prospective students. We also offer individual virtual visits by appointment. Register for an information session or one-on-one online visit. Have a question? Contact us at (804) 828-1803 or email@example.com.
Study abroad info sessions: To contact us, call (804) 827-7882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All other departments: Don’t see your school or department listed? We recommend reaching out to a faculty or department representative in your interest area. For more details, contact Dominick White at (804) 828-8331, toll-free at (800) 841-3638, or at email@example.com.
Specialized graduate study info sessions and tours are available by appointment only. To make an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the date you’d like to visit, the graduate program you are interested in, your phone number and your email address. You will receive an email confirmation with more information.
Looking to transfer to VCU from another two- or four-year institution? Please complete the Transfer Advising Request form to schedule a time to connect with a transfer advisor virtually. Attend a virtual information session, a virtual college fair or sign up for a virtual visit to your community college. You can also check out our COVID-19 frequently asked questions for prospective and accepted transfer students.
Interested in having a representative from VCU attend your upcoming virtual event or college fair? Please email email@example.com with your request.
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My prospective student visit became a permanent stay. I felt so welcomed and wanted while on campus.
Class of 2018