The Office of Admission offers a variety of virtual visits for anyone who would like to learn more about Sewanee. From live sessions to recorded ones, choose a virtual visit that works with your schedule.

Welcome to Sewanee

Virtual Campus Events

Sewanee offers a number of virtual admission events for prospective students. These are excellent opportunities to dive a little deeper into all that Sewanee has to offer.

Chat with a Student

With this tool, you can connect with our current students to learn more about their Sewanee experiences, and hear their stories. Ask questions, make connections, and learn what makes Sewanee unique. To get started, click “Message” to send your first message. What will your Sewanee story be?

Explore Campus

For those a bit more into mapping out campus on their phone or tablet, use this digital map to watch videos, see photos, and read about where your experience can take you on our 13,000 acre domain. Check out a sampling of recently recorded tours below.

Sewanee Sessions

One hour online session led by a variety of faculty, staff, students, and admission counselors on academics, student life, orientation, and more. Most importantly, these are interactive sessions where you can submit questions live to be answered during the session. 

Virtual Classes

Curious about what a Sewanee class is like? Check out a sampling of recently recorded classes below.

Sewanee Media

Missing Sewanee? We miss you too. Download a background for your Zoom calls, listen to the Sewanee at Home playlist, and check out the many videos of campus. 

Social Media

Use your social media powers to get to know Sewanee on your favorite platform! Don't forget to listen in or read our newest blog and podcast, the Passing Hello.

Connect with us

Feeling lost? Your admission counselor is available to you during every step of the admission process. Questions about applying for need-based aid? Reach out to the Office of Financial Aid. We are all here for you. We promise.

Uncommon Air

Enter through our gates on the Cumberland plateau and take a deep breath. Something about the air is different here.