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What Parents Should Do During A Campus Visit
W. Kent Barnds
Executive Vice President, Augustana College
8 Strategies to Make the Most of a Spring Break College Tour
Hélène Tragos Stelian
Certified Life Coach & Speaker helping women find happiness af...
Thinking about taking your high school junior on a college tour this spring? The timing is usually ideal, with students starting to engage more seriously in the college discussion and ready to get a firsthand look at promising schools.
How to Make the Most of "Admitted Student" Days
CEO of Varsity Tutors
Consider bringing a camera to Admitted Student Days in order to document the campus. Some great photos can help you remember both the advantages and disadvantages of each school once you return home.
6 Ingenious Ways to Save Money on College Applications
Writer at NerdWallet
Paying for college doesn't just begin in your first semester freshman year. Rather, prospective college students can expect to start funding their higher education in high school--when they send in their college applications.
College Visits Can Make a Real Difference; "Do It" if You Can!
Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz
Author, Speaker, Founder, www.adMISSIONPOSSIBLE.com
Few experiences can give you a better feel for whether or not a college is a good fit for you than actually visiting a school. Here are some ways to get the most out of your college visits.
9 Questions You Should Ask On College Tours
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