Sewanee offers a number of admission events for prospective and admitted students. These are excellent opportunities to dive a little deeper into all that Sewanee has to offer, tailoring your visit to your particular interests.

Prospective Students

Virtual Visits

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 virtual visits for anyone who would like to learn more about Sewanee.

Preview Sewanee

Whether you've visited us before or are new to the Mountain, these Saturday visits are sure to show you something new. Tour main campus with a current student, hear from faculty about the classroom experience, and spend some time with us to see what it is like to be a Sewanee student.

Sewanee: Farm to Table

Come and learn how Sewanee lives out it's farm-to-table philosophy. Tour the University farm, play with some goats, learn how to get involved with the farm, and meet Chef Rick and Chef Caroline to whip up some great food sourced directly from the Domain.

University Choir at Sewanee

The University Choir of All Saints' Chapel brings together students with a shared love of music and an interest in singing, studying, and performing the finest liturgical music. The Office of Admission and the University Choir invite prospective students to learn more about choral music in Sewanee.

The Environment at Sewanee

Sewanee's Integrated Program in the Environment has more than 30 faculty and staff who are engaged with students on a variety of research and applied field projects. Come join us for a truly unique experience in environmental study and the liberal arts, and see what makes Sewanee the premier place to study the environment!

Business at Sewanee

At Sewanee, we believe the best preparation for a career in business is a broad-based liberal arts education. Many of today’s leaders attribute their success to the critical thinking, writing, and listening skills central to the liberal arts tradition. The Babson Center for Global Commerce invites you to spend the day as its guest to explore our business curriculum, hear from economics majors, business minors, and our Carey Fellows business honors students.

Behind the Scenes: Theatre Sewanee

Sewanee’s Department of Theatre is preparing to open its spring production in the Proctor Hill Theatre at the Tennessee Williams Center (yes, named after that Tennessee Williams, the one who left his literary estate to Sewanee), and we want to invite you behind the scenes to attend the final dress rehearsal of Lindsey Ferrentino’s Ugly Lies the Bone. We invite you to see how we are polishing the work and offer you an opportunity to talk with the cast and faculty afterwards.

The Sciences at Sewanee

Are you interested in the sciences? Do you want a pre-med, pre-vet or pre-nursing program as part of your college experience? Are you looking for a program of study that will prepare you for a competitive graduate program in the sciences? Come for a visit. Meet our students and faculty. See our labs and learn about our undergraduate research projects.

Admitted Students


This invitation only event for admitted students is a fantastic way to see all that Sewanee has to offer during one of the most beautiful times of the year. Connect with Faculty, current students, and celebrate your well deserved academic achievement.


Perspective Sewanee offers an engaging program for admitted students interested in discovering the diversity of people and the numerous multicultural opportunities Sewanee has to offer. Admitted students interested in this program who would like to be considered for an invitation should email their admission counselor.


Open to all admitted students. This visit program will allow you to tour campus, meet other admitted students and parents, hear from current students on their Sewanee experience, and meet faculty in departments that align with your academic interests.