We’re all doing our part to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Your
parents may be working remotely, and you have been e-learning at the kitchen
table. It’s the new normal. Like most high school students, you’re used to
staying busy with classes, homework, sports, clubs, friends, and a part-time
job. Now you’re at home, learning in a whole new way.
Experts believe varying levels of social distance guidelines will be needed for the foreseeable future and possibly longer.
Going on college tours is one of the most fun parts of applying for school. After exhaustive research into your favorite schools, it’s time to get hands-on and meet them in person. A campus tour tells you a lot about the kind of school you’re attending. It lets you get a candid glimpse of student life. You’re also finally getting the chance to see the campus in all its glory.
College tours are an important step in the college selection process. In today’s modern world, many universities offer online tours of the campus, which is a great option. Virtual tours will give you an initial impression of the campus; however, there’s nothing quite like visiting a college in person. College visitations are often a whirlwind of information, but there are steps you can take to make the most of your experience! Come prepared,