Campus Visits and Preview Days
一道本不卡免费高清A campus visit may be the single most influential part of the college decision-making process. Our beautiful, historic campus and vibrant campus community makes touring a memorable experience for you and your family! During a Montevallo campus tour, you will have the opportunity to experience our personalized classrooms firsthand, interact with our esteemed faculty, and explore our campus with a student tour guide. You will also have the opportunity to meet your Admissions Counselor who will be your guide through the admissions process. They are a fantastic resource to discuss financial aid, scholarships, and all details to make your transition to the University of Montevallo a seamless success!
Campus visits are offered every Monday through Friday. If you are interested in having a classroom experience, please register for a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday tour at 8:45 am or 10:45 am. You can see a list of class visit options below. Saturday Tours and Preview Days are also offered on select Saturdays. Please use the link below to schedule a weekday campus visit, Preview Day or Saturday tour! Preview Day for next spring is March 7th!
On the day of your tour, be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes as most of the tour requires walking. Individuals needing disability-related accommodations during campus visits should contact the Admissions Office as early as possible. Efforts will be made to accommodate all access requests regardless of timing, but the University cannot guarantee that requests made with less than one week’s notice can be met.
The Admissions Office is located in Reynold’s Hall, which is the only white brick building on campus. Campus tour parking will be in front of Reynolds Hall. Our physical address is 901 Highland Street, Montevallo, AL 35115. Contact the Office of Admissions if you have any questions: (205) 665-6030 or email@example.com.
Below are classes offered during Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning tours for the spring 2020 semester.
|Classes Offered at 9:00 am||Classes Offered at 11:00 am|
|American National Government||Calculus I|
|Foundations in Psychology||Clinical Testing & Interpretation|
|Foundations of Oral Communication||Data Analysis & Mining I|
|General Chemistry II||Ethics|
|Global Literature Topics||Family Communication|
|History of Art II||Family Policy|
|History of World Civilizations II||Global Literature Topics|
|Intro. to Medical Speech Language Pathology||History of World Civilizations I|
|Introduction to Philosophy||Indians of Mesoamerica|
|Introductory Biology I||Introductory Biology I|
|Media Law||Media Writing|
|Principles of Music Theory II||Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trig|
|Seminar: Career Preparation||School Age Language & Literacy|
|Strength and Conditioning||Strategic Marketing Management|
|Theatre History II|