Getting the Most Out of Your Campus Visit

Visiting a college campus can be the most exciting part about deciding where to go to school, helping answer one huge question: “Can I see myself here?” There are so many things to consider like campus community life, programs and classes, professors, campus facilities… especially the dining situation. How do you figure it all out as you’re exploring a college campus for the first time? Here at 澳门六合彩, we've asked our students to share their best advice to help you get the most out of your day.

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We have an amazing group of 澳门六合彩 students who work with our Admission staff to make sure you and your families have the best time on our campus. They are ready to help with your college search, answer your questions, help you get to know more about 澳门六合彩, hear about their experiences and transitions, talk about classes, or just chat with you. 

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Evan '24 Shares the Best Question to Ask on a Tour

“I would say the best question to ask on a tour is what are the tutoring resources on campus. This is a good way to understand where help can be found and how the school approaches helping their students. A good school will have tutors who can help with all sorts of subjects. At 澳门六合彩, our QRC/writing center has tutors in every subject as well as academic coaches and clinic leaders, which is sort of like group studying. These options allow students to discover the best way for them to learn.” 

Evan is Biochemistry major and a member of the class of 2024

 

Anthony '23 Shares the Best Question to Ask on a Tour

"My favorite tour question I receive is regarding what my favorite class has been during my time at 澳门六合彩. This allows me to express how rich and diverse the academic programs are at 澳门六合彩. My favorite class has been my COR 100 class with Dr. Cromley which focused on Classical Greek literature. It’s been an amazing experience to still have immense interest in the biological and chemical sciences but have a curriculum that allows me to develop interests in other fields such as classical literature."

Anthony is a biology major in the 4+2 Direct Entry Physician Assistant program and a member of the Class of 2023.

 

 

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