VISIT VILLANOVA

 

DISCOVER THE NOVA NATION

There are many ways to get to know Villanova—and the more you know about us, the better you’ll understand why we think this University is so special. We encourage you to sign-up for an online information session, take a virtual tour, or contact your admissions counselor, this is your opportunity to learn more about the Nova Nation.

At Villanova, you’ll experience it all. Two hundred and sixty acres of lush greenery and beautiful collegiate architecture, just steps from Pennsylvania’s historic Main Line and minutes from the bustling city of Philadelphia. A climate that encompasses all four seasons, with mild spring mornings, crisp autumn afternoons and serenely snowy days. Spend a day at Villanova, and you’ll see why so many students couldn’t wait to make it their new home. 

VISIT IN PERSON

Join us at Villanova University for a student-led tour of campus. All tours begin at Austin Hall and advance registration is required.

VISIT ONLINE

The Nova Nation is a welcoming community even virtually. Staff and students are ready to introduce you to the Villanova experience.

ON THE ROAD

Can't get to campus? Our admission team will bring the Nova Nation to you through virtual college fairs and recruitment events.

VIRTUAL VISIT EVENTS


Dougherty Hall through an arched window

From virtual information sessions, student-led tours, roundtable discussions with current students and webinars with on-campus experts, Villanova offers many ways to connect with us from the comforts of your own home. There's a full schedule of recordings and upcoming events for you to check out. 

 

An Aerial Tour of Villanova

The Villanova University aerial tour of campus will help you get acquainted with our beautiful surroundings, our breathtaking architecture and the unique environment that make this a place like no other. Explore the nation's only Augustinian Catholic University, located 12 miles from Philadelphia, from a bird's eye view.

KEY STATS

12

MILES FROM PHILADELPHIA

260

ACRES OF SUBURBAN CAMPUS

3

ON-CAMPUS TRAIN STOPS

EXPLORE PHILADELPHIA

You might have heard we are America's Birthplace. Seen Rocky. Know the Liberty Bell. But Philadelphia is so much more. Grab a cheesesteak and come see why National Geographic recently named The City of Brotherly Love the top city in the USA to visit.