• There's so much you can learn online about Lee, but if you are interested, we think you should visit us or let us visit you. We make it so easy. There are a number of ways to visit with us face to face.


    Virtual Tours

    Okay, so you aren't able to visit in person, but you still want to see more of our campus, or maybe you are coming soon and want to get the lay of the land before you get here. We offer LIVE virtual tours via Zoom with one of our current student guides twice a day, Mon-Fri. You can even meet with one our of Admissions Counselors when the tour is over. While it’s not quite the same as being on our beautiful campus, our virtual tours are a great option.
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    Campus Visit

    You want to know whatever campus you attend “feels right,” and the best way to do that is by visiting Lee’s campus. Click
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    to learn more and schedule your personalized campus visit. 

    Frontlines

    Several days of each year are designated Frontline Preview Days. These one-day events welcome students (and parents) who are in the process of choosing a college and who want to look closely at Lee.
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    Lee Day

    This annual spring festival is over 30 hours of Lee showcase for potential students and their companions. Hundreds of guests visit campus, and the whole Lee family turns out for events and sessions designed to share not just information, but the excitement of the Lee experience.
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    Link-Ups

    Can't come to campus for one of these events? That's okay, we bring the event to you. These events are like Frontline on the road. Each year, members of Lee's staff, students, and faculty host evening events in major cities to give you a glimpse of the Lee experience and answer all your questions. Check our listing to see where the coming Link-ups will be held.
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    Summer Honors

    The single best way to learn about the Lee experience is to try it for two weeks. For over 30 years, students have been spending two weeks of the summer after their junior or senior year of high school to participate in Summer Honors. Take classes from Lee professors, live in the dorm, meet other students from around the country, participate in social and spiritual events, and earn six credit hours in the process. If Lee is a serious possibility for you, we think Summer Honors should be at the top of your to-do list.
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