• Campus Visits: When to Visit

    Visiting a college campus is one of the most exciting steps in choosing a college. If possible, it’s best to visit colleges before your applications are due. That way, you can be confident you'd be happy at any of the colleges you’re applying to. It’s also best to go is when the college is in session. That way, you’ll get to see it when classes are meeting and day-to-day activities are taking place.

    Download below this plan in advance of your visit.

  • Campus Visits: Before You Go

    Visiting colleges is a great way to get a feel for what college is like. And when the time comes, it can help you decide if a specific college is right for you.  Exploring campuses is well worth your while. You don’t have to travel far — visiting local colleges is just as valuable. Campus visits can range from a quick hour to an overnight stay.

  • Questions to Ask College Representatives

    College reps, as well as college students, admissions counselors, and faculty, genuinely enjoy talking to high school students. They like to share their ideas about their college, and they all appreciate students who have thought about the college and want to know more than is in the course catalog, in the view book, or on the Web site. They like thoughtful questions, and their answers can help you make a good college match.

  • Why Visit Colleges?

    A key part of deciding which college to go to is finding a good fit. And a great way to get more information is to visit the colleges in person. Of course, visiting colleges may not be possible for everyone, but it’s a good idea to make the trips, if you can. It can help you determine whether a college is the right place for you.

  • Admission Interview Tips

    A college interview is an opportunity for you to talk about your goals and experiences. Here are some ways students can feel more confident about interviewing.