Plan Your Visit

The cornerstone of every Warren Wilson College visit is a two-hour session that includes both an information session led by an admission counselor and a student-led campus tour. These sessions are offered each weekday at 9:15 am and 12:45 pm, with the exception of college holidays.

In addition to the two-hour session, you can extend and customize your visit with the following options:

  • Personal interview with an admission representative (seniors only).
  • Attend a class of your choice.
  • Lunch in Gladfelter Cafeteria or Cowpie Cafe (on us, of course!).
  • Meeting with staff in our Financial Aid Office.
  • Meet with a professor.
  • Meet with a coach.
  • Meet with a Work Program representative for more information about our Work Program.
  • Meet with a Center for Community Engagement representative for more information about our Community Engagement Commitment.

If you’d like to further personalize your visit, please indicate your preferences when scheduling your visit and we will gladly customize your experience.

 

Valley Aerial

Saturday Visits in April

Hard to get away during the school week?  Trying to squeeze in one last visit before you make your college decision?  We get it!  Come visit on any Saturday during the month of April, and enjoy a weekend in Asheville while you’re at it.

Register for a Saturday Visit

Resources for Your Visit

Travel

  • Use 701 Warren Wilson Road, Swannanoa, NC 28778 in your GPS.
  • Enter through the South Entrance – not the Service Entrance – and you’ll pass the Pew Learning Center on your right. At the stop sign, take a left and follows the signs to the Office of Admission, located in Orr Cottage.
  • Campus Map

Accommodations

  • Asheville to our west and Black Mountain to our east are prime destinations with no shortage of lodging, dining, entertainment, and outdoor adventure options. We recommend ExploreAsheville when planning your stay in the area.

Learn about our Campus

Group Visits

Warren Wilson welcomes groups visiting from high schools or other programs. Groups interested in visiting should contact our Office of Admissions to make a reservation. We kindly request that groups reserve their visit at least two weeks in advance and consist of high school students. Middle or elementary school groups cannot be accommodated by admissions.