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VT Sneak Peek

VT Sneak Peek seeks to provide a unique visit experience to students and families from underrepresented backgrounds. Sneak Peek is a one-day visit experience that will take place on three Fridays throughout the summer. You and your family will have the opportunity to interact with admissions counselors, current students, and other members of the university community. Sneak Peek provides an opportunity to learn information from Undergraduate Admissions, Cultural and Community Centers, and Housing and Residence life. Come get a Sneak Peek of what your future may hold at Virginia Tech! The dates for 2020 are June 26, July 24, or August 7th.

Check back later for more information about the 2020 Sneak Peek program!

Who may participate in VT Sneak Peek?

Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in learning more about Virginia Tech with their families are the main audience for Sneak Peek. However, any rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors with an interest in the program is welcome to attend.

Does VT Sneak Peek cost anything?

There is no cost for VT Sneak Peek. If you wish to eat lunch in one of our dining halls, prospective students attending Sneak Peek may eat free at D2 at Dietrick Hall. Family members may eat at D2 for $11.95 per person.

Are there any differences in the schedule based on the date I attend?

All dates will follow the same schedule and provide the same information. You should select one of the dates to attend.

I can’t come to VT Sneak Peek, but I still want to visit Virginia Tech. How can I do that?

We would love to accommodate you for a visit on another day if you’re unable to make it to VT Sneak Peek! Please click here to schedule an information session and/or campus tour on the day that works best for you.

I want to visit on those dates but not during those times. Can I still come?

You are welcome to visit on those days even if you are unable to attend VT Sneak Peek. To register for an information session and/or campus tour on either of those days, visit our campus visit registration page. Please contact Donnell Wright at 540-231-1598 or with questions.

*Underrepresented students include African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and first-generation college bound students.

In the unlikely event that this program is cancelled or postponed due to unforeseen circumstances, the university cannot be held responsible for any other expenses, including cancellation or change charges assessed by airlines, hotels, travel agencies, or other organizations.

For weather or disaster-related program cancellation or postponement information, please watch the admissions home page or our social media channels. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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