How to Organize a College Tour with Your Peers

How to Organize a College Tour with Your Peers
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    Part of the college planning process it taking a tour of the college you would like to attend.

    And followup tours may be needed before you make the final decision.

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Taking tours of colleges both before and after applying is a common practice. In the earlier days of research, many high school students are trying to figure out what schools to submit applications to. After acceptance letters are received, some students return for further trips to make their final decisions. During this phase of your life, you may wish to learn how to organize a college tour with your peers.

Ask for Parental Input

Going on a tour of colleges with your friends is fun, but you should also ask for your parents’ input. Remember that your parents may have attended college.

They may also have friends or siblings who did. In other words, they can provide you with advice about what features to look for at the school or what questions to ask from a perspective that is different from your friends’.

Get Serious

Venturing out on a road trip with your peers is certainly exciting, and you should have fun on your tour. However, you also want to remember that this pursuit is a serious one that can have a major effect on your future.

Make sure that everyone going on the trip is actually interested in the college. If someone isn’t planning to apply to the school, this individual might want to wait for another trip.

Arrange for Transportation

Unless someone is willing to drive and this person’s parents will allow for this situation to occur, you are going to need to arrange transportation. In the event that the college isn’t far away, you may opt for public transportation. You could also research multiple day charters to add on to your experience. For example, you may visit the college and historical sites in the area.

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Opt for Multiple Stops

If you and your peers are interested in multiple schools that are located near one another, you can consider visiting all of them on this one trip. This plan can work even if you are not interested in every single school. For example, you could check out historical sites while your friends go to a school that is not of interest to you and vice versa. With so many colleges to see, this plan can help you to make the experience easier to tackle.

Embarking on this journey with your peers can make for an entertaining and informational journey. Just make sure to pay attention to these important components of planning the trip for an optimal experience.

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