Visiting a college campus is usually a key component of a student's decision on where to attend college. We strongly encourage incoming students to visit the WVC Campus before they arrive for their first semester. The campus visit provides potential and enrolled students and their families information on WVC programs and degree options. Students can learn about various career paths, such as earning certificates to start a career right away, earning two-year Associate degrees, or taking classes to transfer to a four-year college or university. Information on financial aid, student activities, athletics, housing, and how to enroll is provided, as well. We here at WVC are very proud of our campus and we're confident you will have no trouble making your decision once you see our facilities and the Wabash Valley College grounds.
Still have questions? Email our Recruitment Coordinator Dane Inman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 618-262-8641.
Sign up for a campus introduction and tour
We will do our best to accommodate your schedule. Please fill out the form and an admissions representative will be contacting you to set up a tour and campus introduction that works best for you.
Please WVC College Admission Representative Dane Inman to set up your tour.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some frequently asked questions about our tour experience.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. We can work with you and accommodate your schedule.
Tours are tailored to you and your interests, so most tours range from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Your campus tour will begin with an introduction to the college then we depart from Student Services and discover essential spots for the WVC student such as the Student Center, the Brubeck Media Center, Spencer Sports Center, and any classroom associated with your field of study.
The tour will begin with an introduction to the college admission process, then we will take you to essential locations on campus associated with your area of study. We will end the tour back in Student Services. Students may also receive a packet of information about applying, program brochures, financial information, a campus map, WVC swag, and general college information.
Upon request we can arrange an opportunity for you to meet with department representatives in your academic area of interest.
We recommend bringing a copy of any test scores and unofficial or official academic transcripts.
To cancel or update details of your scheduled tour, please email your admissions representative.