Virtual Visit

A Virtual Visit

There are many ways to interact and learn about W&L when you can't visit in-person. We encourage you to explore the resources below to explore our campus and W&L's abundant opportunities.

Virtual Tour

General Insight

Learn about W&L
This session will add a more personal look into life at W&L than our traditional General Information Session. An Admissions Officer will sit down with a current Student Ambassador to talk about their experiences at W&L and most importantly answer your questions!

Ask a Student

One-on-one with W&L Students
Current students are available to meet one-on-one virtually with students and answer any questions about life at W&L and Lexington. Appointments are scheduled via online video chats in 15-minute intervals, so come prepared with questions or topics to discuss!

Interviews for Seniors

Interviews help us to get to know you better than an application alone might allow. Interviews are casual conversations that give you a chance to tell us about your interests and accomplishments, as well as your college search and interest in W&L.

Virtual Info Session

We've recorded an information session, what you would hear during a campus visit, and posted it here for you and your families to watch.

Chat with a Student

Want to talk to a current student? Find someone who matches your academic or extracurricular interests and send them an email!

Virtual DIVE!

Diversity and Inclusion Visit Experience
DIVE Fall 2020 will be a tailored and personalized introduction to the liberal arts and residential campus life at W&L with an emphasis on the diverse voices and experiences of our students. Learn more and apply!

More Resources

Watch on YouTube

From the town of Lexington to our arts and STEM programs, we have a suite of videos aimed at giving you a 1-minute look at several unique aspects of a W&L education.

Contact Your Admissions Officer

We pride ourselves on the one-on-one attention we give every student, which becomes more difficult when we cannot meet you in person. We encourage all students to contact their admissions officer, either by phone, email, or text message, to ask any questions you may have.