At Viterbo we get to know our students personally and we start that with the campus visit. You can design your campus visit to fit your personal interests by choosing from any of the visit options listed below:
Campus Visits offered weekdays when school is in session. Design your visit to fit your personal interests by choosing any or all of the following:
- Tour campus – academic buildings, athletic facilities, and residence halls
- Meet with an admissions counselor – learn about the admission process, scholarships, and campus life
- Meet with faculty in your specific major or field of interest*
- Attend a class in your specific major or field of interest*
- Meet with financial aid
- Meet with a coach*
- Enjoy a complimentary lunch in our dining hall between 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
* Coach and faculty visits and class attendance are based on availability and should be scheduled at least a week in advance.
Visits can be as brief as 90 minutes (campus tour and admissions meeting) or as in-depth as four hours—depending on the options you choose.
VU Preview Days
These events are designed to give you a true feel for our campus and its beautiful facilities in a group setting. The day will include a resource fair, admissions and financial aid presentations, tour of campus (including residence halls), student panel, faculty meeting (optional), athletics coach meeting (optional), and complimentary lunch in our dining hall.
Junior Visit Day
This is our last visit event of the school year, which coincides with the last day of classes and the Viterbo Courtyard Carni Celebration. Although this day is geared toward juniors in high school, all students who are interested in attending Viterbo are invited to attend. In addition to the regular group visit day schedule, visitors will have the option to attend our annual Courtyard Carnival celebration.
If a busy schedule is keeping you from visiting on a weekday, we also offer select Saturday morning visits throughout the academic year. Saturday visits begin at 9:30 a.m. and include an admissions presentation and tour of campus—including academic buildings, athletics facilities, and residence halls.
For a glimpse of student life at Viterbo, consider staying overnight in a residence hall with a current student. Overnight visits are reserved for accepted high school seniors. Overnight visitors attend classes, meet faculty, experience campus life, and enjoy meals in our campus dining hall. One-night stays are available most weeks, Sunday through Thursday, from Oct. 7 through April 25. Exclusions include holidays, campus breaks, and exam periods. To schedule an overnight visit, contact Katie Ausen, visit and event experience coordinator, at 608-796-3022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.