Explore campus through an interactive photorealistic map featuring every building and facility. Follow along on a walking tour and discover what it's really like to be a Villanovan! It’s all at virtualvisit.villanova.edu.
Villanova University's campus is closed to visitors at this time. As we plan for a safe reopening this fall, we are developing plans with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and our county health department. Click here to view an updated list of Undergraduate Admission COVID FAQs.
We hope to resume in-person visits and campus tours at some point during the fall semester. As that determination is made, more information will be shared on this page. We encourage all prospective undergraduate and transfer applicants to join our mailing list to receive updates. Until we are able to welcome you to campus, we hope you'll join us online!
Join us for a live, one-hour online event to learn more about Villanova University! The session will be broken into two parts. First, one of our Admission staff members will present on the University and our five promises to students - academic excellence, personal attention, strong community, service to others and a foundation for lifelong success - along with details on the undergraduate admission process. Immediately following, current students will take you on an interactive virtual tour of campus and share with you exactly what it is like to be a Villanovan. There will be time for Q&A with all the speakers.
Click here for the full schedule and to register.
Want to know what it’s like to be a Villanova Wildcat? Here is your chance get your questions answered straight from the source! Join us Wednesdays at 3 p.m. EDT for 30-minute, open-forum panels of current Villanova students who will tell you everything you need to know about the Nova Nation.
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Villanova will host a series of live, 30-minute, special topic Wildcat Webinars this summer on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. EDT.
Here is a look ahead at upcoming webinars:
July 7: Living and Dining on Campus
July 14: Growing Your Faith at Villanova
July 21: Villanova Education Abroad Opportunities
July 28: Student Involvement at Villanova
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Villanova does not conduct interviews as part of our admission process, nor do we track demonstrated interest. Once we are able to host visitors again, prospective and admitted students are encouraged to visit us on a weekday when campus is most active and vibrant. If you are unable to visit campus prior to applying (or attend one of our online sessions), it will have zero bearing on your application or admission decision.
From dawn to dusk, there’s no place quite like Villanova – our warm, welcoming community bustles with an energy and spirit you won’t find anywhere else. We regret that we can’t show it to you in person right now, but we think this video captures a bit of the feeling you’ll get when you visit Villanova!
All in-person admission visits and campus tours have been suspended. The Office of Undergraduate Admission is NOT open for visitors.
We hope to resume in-person visits and campus tours at some point during the fall semester. We encourage all prospective undergraduate and transfer applicants to join our mailing list to receive updates.
In the meantime, we encourage you to attend one of our Villanova Virtual Visits, Ask a Wildcat Student Panels or Wildcat Webinars. We also remain available to you at email@example.com.
No. During these unprecedented times, Villanova University is fully aware of how curriculum is being impacted. For example, Villanova offered our current students the ability to take classes with grades of satisfactory/unsatisfactory this past spring semester.
Any shifts to your grading scale over this period of time will be considered in our review of transcripts. We are mindful of all of the adjustments that have been made in response to our current global climate, and you will not be penalized for any changes made outside of your control.
No. Villanova does not conduct interviews as part of our admission process, nor do we track demonstrated interest. Once we are able to host visitors again, prospective and admitted students are encouraged to visit us on a weekday when campus is most active and vibrant. If you are unable to visit campus prior to applying (or attend one of our online sessions), it will have zero bearing on your application or admission decision.
I-20s are processed only for international applicants who have paid their enrollment deposit. Please allow up to four weeks from the time of your enrollment deposit to receive your I-20 via mail or courier service. Due to federal regulations, we are not able to provide I-20 information electronically.