College visits may be exciting, terrifying, or stressful. But, no matter how you feel about them, they are the best opportunity to determine how well a potential college works for you.
During a visit you can meet an Admission counselor; meet with the Office of Disability Services and Office of Residence Life; tour the campus; and sit in on a class. Use this opportunity to ask what a school can provide for you: academics, extracurricular, social, and accommodations.
The information you learn during a college visit can play a big role later in your senior year when you’re trying to pick the best offer from a college.