Five Points for Optimizing Summertime University Visits
Let’s talk about university visits come early july. If you are a high school junior or even a rising senior, you might be about to experience a few campuses to see just what those schools you’re focusing on are really like. I discuss summer college visits each year, and one for the areas of summer campus visits to help keep at heart is for all universities, especially small liberal arts schools, things are pretty quiet since the pupils are gone.
The problem at big state universities is a bit different, nonetheless. Summer time sessions at large schools can appear extremely active, nearly ‘normal,’ because of different graduate tasks, special programs, etc. Granted, the time that is best to check out any university is whenever all the students is there, however a summer check out can give you a good ‘gut feel’ for the physical plant, surrounding town(s) and local geography.
Many family members holidays happen in so it makes sense, if possible, to plan a route that intersects a college or two (or maybe even three) for a visit july. Issued, going for a university trip and inspecting dorm rooms isn’t as exciting as hitting the coastline or seeing the Grand Canyon, but it can provide a crucial glimpse into the realities of prospective colleges.
I’m inundated with college-related press releases. From time to time, one lands in my own inbox that I feel is worth sharing with my readers. an one that is especially interesting I’ve archived focuses on university visits and has now some reasonable ideas. […]