College visits can help you decide whether or not a campus is a good fit for you. They are also a way for you to demonstrate your interest in attending a school.
College visits must be approved PRIOR to attending.
To obtain approval, complete the College Visit Request Form . You can stop by the Career and Couseling Center for more information.
ONE: Complete a College Visit Request Form
TWO: Talk to your teachers about any assignments you will miss while you're out. Have each teacher sign the form.
THREE: Bring the College Visit Request Form to your counselor for approval AT LEAST ONE DAY prior to your scheduled college visit.
FOUR: Bring back a verification letter from the college you visited that states you were present and for what purpose.
FIVE: Return your approved College Visit Request Form along with the college verification letter to your counselor, who forward to the attendance clerk.
Before visiting a college, it can be helpful to make a list of questions that you think are important to have answered. Below are links to various lists that might help inspire your own questions:
CollegeBoard's Big Future Campus Visit Checklist
US News and World Report: 60 Questions to Ask on a College Visit