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staunton-visit-2016Historic Staunton Campus

The best way to get a feel for undergraduate life at Mary Baldwin University is with a tour of our historic main campus overlooking downtown Staunton.

mdchs-visit-2016Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences

Learn more about graduate degrees in OT, PT, PA, and our RN to BSN program at an information session at MBU’s state-of-the-art health sciences building in Fishersville, just 10 minutes from main campus.

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Undergraduate Visit Options

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If you’re an adult student interested in learning more about our locations throughout Virginia, click here.

Individual Tours

Monday–Friday, times vary
Saturdays, 10 a.m. (September through May)

Click here to sign up for a tour of Mary Baldwin

If a one-on-one or small group visit is your style, ask us about weekday and Saturday availability. The talented student guides of the President’s Society will make sure you not only know your way around campus, but that you can also hold your own in a conversation about Mary Baldwin’s historical highlights.

Our ADMISSIONS TEAM will work with you to customize your visit. Set up an informal conversation with one of the faculty members who might work with you on a research project. Get a glimpse of authentic student interaction at lunch in Hunt Dining Hall. Stick around for an International Café talk in the Spencer Center or a basketball game in the Physical Activities Center.

Special Visit Days

Mary Baldwin’s Fall Visit Day and Spring Visit Day, usually in November and March, are opportunities to convene on campus with other families — and maybe even meet a few of your future classmates.

Several overnight visits are scheduled each semester for high school seniors and those interested in the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership or the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted. These events are a great way to deepen your connection to campus life and attend a class.

Visiting as a Graduate Student

Browse the options below to schedule your visit.

MLitt/MFA in Shakespeare in Performance
Contact Julie Fox, director of operations, or (540) 887-7237

• To get a closer look at the program, prospective students are encouraged to attend the Summer Performance Intensive, a weekend of workshops, plays at the Blackfriars Playhouse, and informal meetings with current students. Next session: June 2017

Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Interested students are strongly urged to attend an information session at the Fishersville campus, where they can meet faculty, tour the building, and learn more about the PT, OT, PA, and RN to BSN programs.

Master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Education (College of Education)
Prospective students should make contact an advisor in their area to schedule a visit:

• Main campus in Staunton: Rachel Potter (MEd) or Ellen Lucius (MAT)
• Charlottesville: Emily Ely
• Richmond: Pamela Bailey or Irving Driscoll
• Roanoke: Alice Waddell
• South Boston: Sandra Bagbey