Written by Sara Lesneski
Attending college tours is very important to not only see the layout of the school, but also to understand the tone and atmosphere of the university. I toured The University of the Arts twice. Once before I applied to see what it was like ...read more
Written by Garrett Cross
The BGSU Firelands Campus is filled with many diverse and great people, fun activities, beautiful scenery, and engaging classwork. However, like all campuses, there are ...read more
Written by Theresa Murphy
Campus visits are an important part of deciding what college to attend. Getting a feel for the school and trying to imagine yourself as one of the students walking on campus is a good way to see if it’s the right fit for you. ...read more
Written by Maura Johnson
IU and its surrounding towns have so much to offer to both students and visitors throughout the week and especially on the weekends. Whether you’re a homebody, nature lover, or adventure-seeker, there’s something for everyone.
Written by Kayli Hansen
So you’ve researched every school on your list and visited some of the campuses. After much thought, you have decided that Brigham Young University is the right place for you. However, I’m sure you’ve found that even after ...read more
Written by Emily Beyer
1. Avoid parking on campus whenever possible.
Unless you have a parking pass, which can be quite expensive, parking on campus can be a hassle and can become pricey very quickly. If you are not living on ...read more
Written by Chris Cheng
You could do what the tour books and many of the guides for study abroad students say, such as visit the Museum of Modern Art. But there are several limits to doing only these, beginning with that so many people do them. Here are some ...read more