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COVID-19 and campus visits—not an ideal combination…


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ome college and univer- sity campuses may still be closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic— but luckily in this fantas-


tical digital age, many students have the option to conduct online cam- pus visits of the schools they’re con- sidering transferring to. These virtual visits allow you to view campus hotspots and learn more about pro- grams a university has to offer from the comfort of your own home.


Campus Visits


for Transfers: What to Do and Questions to Ask


Tuning in to an online college visit is an easy, convenient, and safe option (a consideration we’ve never really had to think about until now). It’s virtually the next best thing to actually being there in person! Virtual walking tours help students become better acquainted with a campus, get answers to common questions, and make more informed decisions about where they’d like to transfer. And more colleges are realizing the neces- sity of having virtual tours and webi- nars, open houses, and other events on their websites. Wondering how to make the best out of a virtual tour? The following are some things to keep in mind and


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questions to ask when “visiting” your potential transfer colleges online.


Focus on what’s important to you and your transfer process The new campus you choose will be- come your second home, so you want to be sure you like what you see! During a virtual walking tour, be sure to jot down notes about campus characteristics that are most impor- tant to you. If you’re going to live on campus, dive deep into the various housing options. If you want nothing more than an inviting, sun-soaked courtyard where you can take study breaks, then be sure to tour the grounds. You should also ask admis- sion counselors how your credits will transfer and if there are any articula- tion agreements that could help the process go as smoothly as possible.


Questions to ask and things to investigate: • What is the process for evaluating transfer credits?


• When will I find out which of my credits transferred?


• Are there any scholarships or other financial aid opportunities exclusively for transfer students?


• Does being a transfer impact access to student housing? If so, how?


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