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Returning to Campus: Admissions

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I visit the LIM campus?

Our Office of Admissions will be conducting virtual events now through end of September. These include Open Houses, information sessions, and private virtual meetings. Please check our website for updates about campus visits from October forward.

Are there any virtual tours I can take?

Click here to take our virtual campus tour. You can also watch this video to see more of LIM’s campus.

Can I visit student housing?

Due to COVID-19, our housing partner EHS will not be able to offer tours of The New Yorker this fall. To get more information about room types and amenities at The New Yorker and see photos and videos go to https://www.studenthousing.org/buildings/new-yorker.

Can I speak to a current student?

Sure! Email admissions@limcollege.edu and we’ll connect you.

Will an LIM Admissions Counselor be able to visit my high school?

Most high schools are not permitting in-person visitors this fall. However, if you would like to request that an Admissions Counselor do a virtual visit with you or your class, please contact us at admissions@limcollege.edu. We’d be more than happy to set something up.

What is the application deadline?

We accept applications on a rolling basis, up to the beginning of the Fall or Spring semester until all openings are filled. However, we strongly encourage you to apply as early as possible because our class sizes are limited.

I want to apply for admission for Spring 2021. When will the application be available?

The application for admission in Spring 2021 will be available as of Aug. 10, 2020.

I want to apply for admission for Fall 2021. When will the application be available?

The application for admission in Fall 2021 will be available as of Aug. 10, 2020.


Make sure to monitor the guidance from the U.S. government on this question, as regulations are changing continually. If you need to self-quarantine, we recommend you come to New York at least two weeks in advance of the start of classes. Professors will be flexible about attendance with those who cannot attend classes due to COVID-19-related restrictions and you will be able to make up assignments. Students who are living in The New Yorker can choose to self-quarantine in their room, and choose a move-in date accordingly, or they can quarantine at a location of their own choosing in New York State and move in closer to the start of class.