Arts Information Sessions and Campus Tours
Tour will not be held 11/27-11/29, 12/20–1/1 and on 1/20 as the university will be closed.
Monday through Friday 1pm – 3pm (except on holidays) – RSVP NOW
VCUarts tour guides are art students who speak about their personal experiences and show prospective students and their families the campus, arts studios and classroom facilities that they are most interested in visiting.
Tours meet at 1pm at the VCU Welcome Center, 1111 West Broad Street.
Questions about arts tours? Contact Angie Allen or Erin Neff at 804-VCU-arts / email@example.com.
This tour and info session is focused on our undergraduate programs. If you are a prospective graduate student and would like to set up a tour, you should contact your department of interest.
VCU also offers general campus walking tours Monday through Saturday.
Upcoming Open Houses
Saturday, November 2, 2013 &
Saturday, February 15, 2014
You’ve heard about VCUarts, but have you seen it? If not, Open House is the perfect time.
• visit campus
• tour arts facilities
• have your portfolio reviewed
• meet faculty and students from each department
• visit the dorms
• eat in our award-winning dining hall
• attend sessions on financial aid, study abroad, transferring, the Honors College, and
November 2, 2013: Open House
7:30 to 8:30am – Check in (Siegel Center, Lobby)
7:30 to 9am – Student Services Information Tables (Siegel Center)
9am – Welcome (Siegel Center)
10am – School of the Arts Overviews (Various locations)
10:45am to 12pm – Departmental Overviews and Q & A Sessions (Various locations)
10:45am to 1:30pm – Tours of the School of the Arts (meet in Singleton Center lobby)
11:30am to 12:15pm – Art Foundation Q & A session (Bowe St. Deck, Fifth Floor, Room 535)
11am to 2pm – Portfolio Reviews (Bowe St. Deck, Fifth Floor, Room 535)
While You Are in Richmond
- Places to stay (ask hotel for VCU visitor discount)
- VCUarts Events
- Richmond Events
- Visit the VMFA
- Richmond Galleries
- Shopping in Carytown
- Take a walk in Maymont Park
- Explore the James River