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Learn about four common trip planning challenges and how Go See Campus' tools can help you solve them.
Read our tips on getting the most out of your visits and avoiding major pitfalls along the way.
Check out Go See Campus' recommendations for what high school students and parents should pack for their college visits.
Are you driving from school to school? Put your search into high gear and get our best tips for visiting colleges.
This guide offers newcomers to college trip planning two different options for structuring their visits: one according to their availability, and one that prioritizes specific visit activities, such as Open House events.
Should you sign up for admissions activities like campus tours? Or, should you experience the campus on your own? Learn what four colleges have to say.
Learn how high school students, parents, counselors, and independent educational consultants can work together to create an unforgettable college campus tour.
Touring schools now—in the fall or spring of your junior year—offers some important advantages over waiting until the summer or your senior year. Learn why.
Have a great experience that can help you in your college search. Learn how to make the most of your overnight visit experience on campus.
High school athletes who are considering playing at the college level will want to check out our advice on meeting with a coach during the college search.
Visiting colleges in June, July, and August can give you opportunities that you wouldn't have at other times of the year. See how.
Make your college campus visit a valuable, memorable experience. Learn three principles high school students and parents can use to reduce stress along the way.
Visit days include several campus visit activities you might otherwise have to plan individually. Learn about the advantages and how you can participate in these programs.
Get details on some of the most important activities available to you on visits to schools.
Taking a tour of campus? Then take our list of key questions with you.
Part of what makes visiting colleges such an important experience is learning about student life. Find out how you can make these connections during your trip.
Your future living space can tell you a lot about what to expect if you enroll.
Check out what to expect from classroom visits as part of your trip to campus.
Aside from sitting in on classes, some professors invite prospective students to discuss their academic interests and programs in one-on-one meetings. Learn more about these opportunities.
As part of your college search, you may plan campus visits to a variety of schools, including universities with large and small student bodies. Before you go, find out about the differences you can expect between these colleges.
A few simple steps can make the campus tour a less overwhelming, more meaningful experience. Get our advice.
Read about some of the factors that matter most to Mom and Dad during a college trip and how they compare to what students expect out of their visits.
We asked parents, "What is your top piece of advice when visiting colleges?" See what they have to say before you hit the road with your student.
Go See Campus shares even more ways to determine whether a college is a good match for your interests.
Now that you are back from your visits to colleges, get the most from your trip by doing some important follow-through.
See how you can connect with the representatives that make the decisions on your applications.
Explore our advice on using your campus visit experiences as part of your college admissions applications.
Get tips on how to evaluate your options and how to choose a college that offers everything you want from your experience.
find out how to make the most of your visits to a college after you’ve received admission.
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Are your friends helping you learn about and get excited for applying to colleges… or are they keeping you from making the best choices for yourself?
Social media is changing the way we communicate with one another. It's also providing new opportunities and challenges for college applicants. Here's how to be prepared.
Learn the best ways to get ready for your interview. Then read our advice on how to Make a Great Impression in Your College Interviews.
If you have already read Prepare for Your College Interview, check out our tips on how to make the most of your time with admissions.
Preparing for a college admissions interview? Learn about three factors on which many schools focus and how to use them in getting ready for your conversation.
Many schools have a long-standing tradition of asking prospective students to share their interests in application materials. Here are some of the reasons why.
Get first-hand insights from alumni of cold weather colleges about campus life and the best reasons to consider these schools.
Learn from alumni what to expect at a cold weather college and how to get the most from your campus tours.
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