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Virtual Visits can help you explore your post-high school options. Use what you know about yourself and what you learn during the visit to: 

  • Reflect on your preferences.
  • Think about what you need to thrive socially, academically, and financially in that environment.
  • Narrow down your choices.


Feel free to write your impressions or think through the following questions:

  • What type of school is this?

  • How big is this school or program?

  • Where is it located?

  • What did the speakers showcase about this school?

  • Based on my personal preferences, what are the pros or the things that make this school a fit for me?

  • What aspects are not a fit for me?

  • Where can I find more information on the types of majors and learning environment that this school offers?

  • Does this school offer the type of housing options that I prefer?

  • What questions about student life on that campus do I still have?

  • Does this college seem like a safety, a reach, or a match school?

  • What is the tuition price of this school? How much will other expenses cost (housing, dining, transportation)? These amounts are the sticker price and don’t take into consideration your financial aid.

  • Have I calculated how much financial aid may be available to me? If not, I can estimate my award with the financial aid calculator at

  • Are there less expensive options that can provide me the same benefits as this school?

  • What is my overall impression of this school after this visit?

  • What do I find exciting about this college?

  • What do I feel nervous/unsure about this college?

  • What would I like to know more about?

  • How does this college compare to other post-high school options that interest me?

  • Who or where can I go to for more information about this college?