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Virtual Information Sessions

七星彩海南私彩软件in response to the worldwide public health concerns related to covid-19, we are unable to receive visitors at amherst and will not be able to offer any on-campus programming until further notice, but there is still so much that we want to share with you about our vibrant community.

Virtual Information Sessions 七星彩海南私彩软件 Although in-person information sessions are not possible, we are delighted to offer a schedule of virtual information sessions for the month of April. Each one-hour session will be a "live" event presented by an Amherst admission dean and will include a formal presentation, a photographic introduction to Amherst and an opportunity for Q&A from our virtual visitors. These virtual information sessions are a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Amherst, so we hope you'll join us.

for a calendar of available sessions and online registration, please visit our .

More Ways to Learn about Amherst  In addition to the virtual information sessions, we encourage you to explore Amherst through the College website. You can also learn more about student life at Amherst by reading our student blogs and the profiles of our tour guides and diversity outreach interns七星彩海南私彩软件. There's a lot to know about us!

Other COVID-19 Considerations  We invite you to read more about Amherst Admission responses to COVID-19 developments, including suspension of our SAT-ACT requirement for the coming application year and flexible understanding of COVID-related changes to high school academic programs.

Keeping in Touch  At Amherst, as elsewhere across the nation and the world, we are learning to do things differently. All College buildings are closed; our faculty, students and staff are teaching, studying and working remotely from home. Although the Admission Office is closed, we are monitoring phone messages and emails during our regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm), so please don't hesitate to contact us. We want to stay in touch with you, even if it might take us slightly longer to get back to you.

We are thinking of you in these challenging days and send our best wishes for the health and well-being of you, your family and your community. Looking forward to welcoming you to a virtual information session this month and to meeting you in person when the time is right.