Visiting colleges is very important when applying, and more importantly when you get acceptance letters back.
As a high schooler you hear different stories about every school and everyone telling you why their school is the best, but how do you determine that for yourself?
Touring college campuses is something everyone should do before making a decision on which school to attend. There are both positives and negatives of touring a campus in the fall but the good outweighs the bad.
Tips to prep for your college tours
Some things to do before, during, and after your college visits.
Touring a bunch of colleges in one weekend means a lot of time on the bus, don't worry we have you covered with an awesome book from Illustrator Travis Nichols.
We've revamped our college tours to bring high school students to more schools with special group activities on some of the campuses as well. Learn more about these awesome changes:
You're about to make a 4 or 5 year commitment. It's very important to know what you're getting into.
You'll be spending at least the next 4 years at whatever college you choose, so it's important to look for certain things during your college visits to make sure it will be a good fit.
When applying to schools it's always a great decision to tour the school before making a final decision on going there. Even if you have already visited the school, knowing that you were accepted will give you a different perspective.