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Note Regarding COVID-19

The University of Richmond is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and following national and state recommendations. On-campus admission events have been cancelled through May 9. Please register below for a virtual information session!


Campus Visits

If you're looking for the classic college visit — an information session and a campus tour — join us for a campus visit. On-campus admission events have been cancelled through May 9. We'd love to have you join us for a virtual information session. You also can take a virtual tour through the experience above.


Open Houses

For a high-energy, comprehensive visit experience, consider joining us for one of our open houses. These day-long events include everything from panel discussions with students and faculty to sessions on admission and affordability. Open houses can serve as an introduction to Richmond, or as an in-depth option for a follow-up visit.

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Information Session & Tour

Information Session & Tour

All Prospective Students (Especially First-time Visitors)

On-campus admission events have been cancelled through May 9. Instead, please join us for a virtual information session. This experience will be a 30 minute session at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays with an admission officer answering your questions through chat. View our searchable calendar to see upcoming availability. Registration is required.

We're not accepting requests for school group visits at this time. If you're planning a summer or fall visit, please wait to make that request until May.


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Open Houses

Preview Richmond

Prospective Students and Their Families
Friday, August 28, 2020

Preview Richmond events are day-long open houses for prospective students and their families. The Office of Admission typically offers a Summer Preview for high school seniors and juniors; a Fall Preview for high school seniors, juniors, and sophomores; and a Spring Preview for high school juniors and sophomores. Designed to provide a thorough look at what makes the Richmond experience truly unique, Previews typically include a welcome from University administrators; sessions on admission and affordability; campus tours; lunch on campus; and panel discussions with current students, faculty, deans, staff, and admission officers on topics ranging from academics to student life to study abroad, community service, career development, research, and residential opportunities.

(Multicultural Overnight Visitation Experience)

Students of Color and Students Passionate About Multicultural Experiences
October 2020

MOVE is an overnight visit program for prospective students of color and students passionate about multicultural interests. Students and guests attend a two-day program learning firsthand about life and experiences of students of color here at Richmond from an academic, student support, and social perspective.