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College Visits

azarapazarap Registered User Posts: 80 Junior Member
edited April 2010 in University of Virginia
I've basically decided on attending the University of Virginia but I'd like to visit it this week. I'd also like to attend some classes just to see what it's like. How would I go about doing this? I know I can't just show up expecting everything to fall into place. Is there someone I have to contact?
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  • barbozabarboza Registered User Posts: 489 Member
    Call admissions and they can arrange something for you. Just so you know, classes are ending soon (maybe this week but I'm not sure) because of upcoming finals. So even if you go, professors would probably review materials and have a Q&A session. Hence, it wouldn't be a typical classroom experience.
  • UVAorBustUVAorBust Registered User Posts: 2,504 Senior Member
    If your planning on taking the tour do it... The tour is awsome and you learn a lot. I went on the in 8th grade and it's helped me prepare for getting in. Although what I said is slightly off topic because your already in but for everyone else take the tour. The speech the dean gave was hilarious and the tour guides were great.
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