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    Overnight visits are available to all high school seniors and transfer students who have submitted an application to Valparaiso University. Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 dates to come.

    Overnight visits are offered on select Sunday through Thursday evenings throughout the semester. Check in is at 4:30 p.m. Central Time (the same as Chicago).

    Stay overnight in an on-campus residence hall with an Overnight Student Ambassador. Experience campus life with a current student, enjoy dinner in our dining hall, and get a sense of our Valpo community! Check out myValpo to see campus events and activities that are taking place to choose a date that might interest you before you register.

    The second day of your visit will include a campus tour, an information session with an admission counselor, and an academic appointment in your primary academic area of interest.

    Your guests may check out the available lodging and dining in or around Valparaiso, IN. Your guests may join for your visit appointments on the second day of your visit.

    COVID Safety Protocols

    Overnight guests are required to follow the same protocols as current students on campus. Current students are required to be fully vaccinated; therefore, overnight guests are also required to be fully vaccinated in order to stay on campus. Overnight guests must also show proof of COVID-19 booster as part of their vaccination status. Your proof of vaccination will be collected on the Medical Consent Form that you receive after registering for an overnight visit.

    Mask usage will be optional for healthy students, faculty, staff, and guests. Masks are strongly encouraged for those who are not fully vaccinated.

    Individuals who are symptomatic should wear a mask and test themselves for COVID-19.