A few hours spent on campus can tell you more about an institution than any other kind of experience. The University of Mary Washington offers several ways for students to visit and get to know our people and programs.
Events and Opportunities for High School and Transfer Students
Information Sessions – The sessions are at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday followed by a campus tour. Please click on the link above to register. Most sessions are held in Lee Hall with check-in occurring in Room 301.
Appointments are available for transfer students with the transfer coordinator. Please contact Sarah Lindberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking: Please park in the reserved admissions parking spaces or the visitor parking along Double Drive, on College Avenue, or in the parking garage.
Open House - Meet and hear from staff, faculty, and current students. Upcoming dates are February 16 and April 3.
Shadow a Student - Attend classes and activities with a current students and experience life on campus up close and personal.
Group Tours – School groups of no more than 50 students
Counselor Events – Attend special workshops and get a feel for our culture.
Tips for a Great Visit before coming to UMW.
If you’d prefer to register for any event over the phone, call Admissions at 540/654-2000 or 800/468-5614. If you’d like to stop by, the Office of Admissions is located on the Fredericksburg campus in Lee Hall, Room 301. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If the office is closed and you would still like to visit campus, check out the Self Guided Walking Tour. Directions to the Fredericksburg campus and a campus map can be found here.
Planning to stay overnight to explore UMW and Fredericksburg? UMW does not maintain a separate listing of hotel accommodations. However, the Fredericksburg Visitors Center Web Site has a listing of nearby hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, lodges and inns. Many of these hotel accommodations are located within 2 miles of the campus. You will also find information about local historic sites, restaurants, and other area attractions.