Virginia Private College Week
July 30-August 4, 2012
You wouldn’t buy a car without taking it for a spin first… the same goes for college.
Check out the dorms, labs and arts and athletic facilities. Learn more about cross-culturals, spiritual life, and campus clubs. Let your eyes, ears, and feet discover everything that waits for you in the heart of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley!
Tour three, apply for free!
Tour three Virginia private colleges between July 30-August 4, 2012 and you can apply for free to three! Campus tours begin Monday – Friday at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m and Saturday at 9 a.m. Each session includes info on admission application, financial aid, majors and minors, and the core curriculum.
Register online now!
Follow these steps to participate
- Pick up a “passport” at the first college you visit, after completing the tour. (Visit www.cicv.org to see the complete list of participating private colleges.)
- At the end of each tour, have the college stamp your passport.
- Mail your completed passport to the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia (CICV) to receive your fee waivers.
After the week is over?
Campuses may start to run together in your mind. You’ll ask yourself, which one had the cool fountain on the quad? What did the dorms look like? Where did I have the most fun?
Your favorites will stand out, though, and we think EMU will be one of them! So be in touch – we’re ready to answer your questions and help you apply for admission !
- Learn more about EMU: lodging and maps | about the area | about EMU
- Schedule another campus visit: come back during the school year and stay with a student. Attend some classes, go to a soccer game, eat in the cafeteria, just have fun!
- Admissions counselors are only a phone call, , or IM away. Call 800-368-2665 with questions.
EMU is among the nearly 30 schools participating in the annual Virginia Private College Week, July 30-August 4, 2012, sponsored by the Virginia College Savings Plan. Students who visit three Virginia private colleges July 30-August 4, 2012 will receive application fee waivers redeemable at any three of the 28 private colleges in the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia, which promotes non-profit, independent colleges in Virginia and was instrumental in starting the state’s TAG program that offers Virginia residents up to $2,800 in grants – automatically! – for four years.