Everyone at Sewanee is here for you, virtually! Continue to check-in for updates to our virtual options.

The University of the South has been monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 virus closely. With news about the COVID-19 virus changing so rapidly, the University made the tough decision on March 14 to cancel all campus visits and events until further notice. This decision was made out of concern for the health and well-being of our students, staff, faculty, and the greater Sewanee community. The Office of Admission will continue to offer a variety of online visit options for anyone who would like to connect and learn more about Sewanee. 

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Admitted to Sewanee?

We have taken great care to provide you with the information you need to become a Sewanee Tiger, but we know that you may still have some questions. We’ve got the answers! As a Sewanee student, you can expect frequent conversations with professors, peers, mentors, and community members. Start that conversation now with an admission counselor by registering for a call below. 

Register for a Sewanee Session

The Sewanee Sessions are designed for prospective students who would like to learn more about Sewanee. In these information sessions, students will hear from an 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. 

Connect with a Current Student

Interested in learning more about academics, student life, or what makes Sewanee so special? Connect with one of our student volunteers through your preferred mode of communication or sign-up for a virtual panel to hear from the real experts!

Connect with the Sewanee Career Center

30-minute, online session led by a member of the staff of the Sewanee Career Center. Topics include professional and graduate school outcomes, funded internship opportunities, and the full range of services offered to students.

Connect with Admission & Aid

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.