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Information for School Counselors

More than 70 career-focused undergraduate programs. Student-centered faculty. An inclusive, welcoming community. It all adds up to Valpo. U.S. News & World Report ranks us among the best universities in the nation, including among the best for undergraduate teaching and value.

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Princeton Review calls Valpo a national top 20 business school
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Quality in every degree

Valpo has one of the nation’s best undergraduate engineering programs according to U.S. News, Princeton Review says we have one of the nation’s top 20 business schools, and we’ve been named to The Best Colleges list of the 10 Most Innovative Colleges for Foreign Language Study. And our commitment to academic quality and faculty support extends to all of our 70+ undergraduate programs.

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The more the merrier

We invite you to visit campus with students from your high school! Group visits are available on select Mondays through Thursdays from September to May. We can accommodate up to 50 students. Group visits include an admissions information session on academics, application and financial aid processes, and student life as well as a campus tour. You can also select to meet with representatives from our Office of Multicultural Programs during your visit.

If your group is larger than 50 students, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at undergrad.admission@valpo.edu to check on availability.

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Reach Out

We’d be happy to answer your questions, send you printed information to share with your students, or reach out directly to individual students. Just contact Undergraduate Admission at: