Whether you are exploring the beauty of campus with an in-person tour or connecting with students through a virtual conversation, we're eager to help you get to know the strength of our community. Start your journey now.

Campus Visit

Join us on campus for an introduction to academic opportunities, student life, and the admission and financial aid process. The on-campus visit program consists of a 45 minute information session, followed by a 75 minute campus tour.

Schedule a Campus Visit

Virtual Visit

Get to know Davidson from the comfort of your home by joining our virtual visits, offered in real-time via Zoom.

  • Virtual Information Session: 60 minute session hosted by an admission counselor and a current student that introduces Davidson's academics, student life and the admission process.
  • Guided Virtual Tour: 60 minute tour hosted by two current students where you can learn more about the Davidson community and to ask your questions about the student experience.
  • Ask a Wildcat Live: 30 minute Q&A session for students that offers deeper insight into the daily life of a Davidson student from current students. Bring your questions!

Schedule a Virtual Visit

International Sessions

We invite prospective students studying outside of the United States to attend virtual information sessions hosted by Kaye-Lani Laughna, Director of International Admission and Financial Aid, and a current international student.

Schedule an International Session

Admission Intensives

Join us for a workshop series designed to prepare you for your college search and application process. 

Learn about Admission Intensives

Group Visits

We welcome groups (10 or more students) from high schools and community-based organizations to visit campus together. Our information sessions and campus tours are highly specialized for upper high school students (juniors and seniors) and require a minimum of two weeks advance notice to coordinate. For more information and to register, please contact our visit coordinator, Michele Trovato at mitrovato@davidson.edu.