Viterbo University is proud to be a Wisconsin private university that offers students access to over 40 programs, individualized attention (with an 11:1 student to faculty ratio), and an affordable out-of-pocket cost thanks to over 450 different scholarships and financial aid options. Viterbo is the premier private college in western Wisconsin, located in the beautiful Driftless Region and thriving city of La Crosse (the #1 college town in Wisconsin).
VU Preview Days 2019-20
These events are designed to give you a true feel for our campus and its beautiful facilities in a group setting. The day will include a resource fair, admission and financial aid presentations, tour of campus (including residence halls), student panel, faculty meeting (optional), athletic coach meeting (optional), and complimentary lunch in our dining hall. To register for one of our remaining VU Preview Days, click on the date that you would like below, or click on our Visit Calendar.
Junior Visit Day
This is our last VU Preview Day of the school year, Friday, May 1, 2020, which coincides with the last day of classes and our annual end-of-the-semester Courtyard Carnival Celebration! Although this day is geared toward juniors (and sophomores) in high school, all students who are interested in learning more about Viterbo are invited to attend. In addition to our regular VU Preview Day schedule, visitors are encouraged to enjoy the carnival! Click here to register for Junior Visit Day.
Accepted Student Day
On Saturday, March 28, students who have been admitted to Viterbo are invited to spend the day learning about the university experience and connecting with future classmates. Activities throughout the day will be a fun way to picture yourself at Viterbo. Click here for more information and to register for Accepted Student Day 2020.
We welcome groups of any size to visit Viterbo University. To arrange a group visit, please email visit and events coordinator Katie Ausen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Admissions at 608-796-3010.
Individual Campus Visits
We offer campus visits weekdays throughout the summer, which include a tour of campus and meeting with an admissions counselor. During the school year, we offer additional options: attend class, meet faculty, meet coach, complimentary lunch. Some additional Saturday morning visits are also offered during the school year, which include a campus tour and an admissions presentation only. Visits can be as brief as 90 minutes (campus tour and admission meeting) or as in-depth as four hours—depending on the options you choose. To find a date which works best for you, click on our Visit Calendar or contact Admissions at 608-796-3010.
If a busy schedule is keeping you from visiting on a weekday, we also offer select Saturday morning visits throughout the academic year. Saturday visits begin at 9:30 a.m. and include an admission presentation and tour of campus - including academic buildings, athletic facilities, and residence halls. To find a date which works best for you, click on our Visit Calendar and select a Saturday labeled as "Campus Visit" or contact Admissions at 608-796-3010.
For a glimpse of student life at Viterbo, consider staying overnight in a residence hall with a current student. Overnight visits are reserved for admitted high school seniors. Overnight visitors attend classes, meet faculty, check out campus life, and enjoy meals in our campus dining hall. One-night stays are available most weeks, Sunday through Thursday, October through April. Exclusions include holidays, campus breaks, and exam periods. Contact Admissions at 608-796-3010 to inquire about and arrange an overnight visit.
Wisconsin Private College Week 2020
Visit us during Private College Week (July 27-Aug. 1, 2020) for campus tours led by current Viterbo students and one-on-one appointments with admissions counselors. Registration will open in the spring.
Engineering Exploration Day
Prospective students and their families are invited to learn more about Viterbo's engineering program and meet local engineers who will share their career experiences.