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14 Questions to ask on a campus visit

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Not sure what questions to ask on your campus visit?

So you’re about to tour a college campus? Make the most of your campus visit by preparing a few questions. This will help you learn more about the colleges on your list and decide which one is right for you.

Use this list of questions to get started:

  1. What are some of the most popular majors here?
  2. Where do students hang out around campus?
  3. What do students do in their free time?
  4. What extracurricular activities are popular around campus?
  5. What campus ministries are available?
  6. What research or internship opportunities are available?
  7. Are there food options beyond the main cafeteria or dining hall?
  8. What does the school do to ensure safety around campus?
  9. What is the campus parking situation like?

Questions to ask current students on your campus visit:

  1. Why did you decide to come here?
  2. What is your favorite thing about attending here?
  3. What extracurricular activities are you involved in?
  4. Have you done any internships or on-campus jobs?
  5. Do you have a favorite professor?

Looking for more lists of questions? Try these:

60 Questions to Ask on Your College Tour” by The Princeton Review.

50 Questions to Ask on a College Visit” by  U.S. News and World Report.

Want to schedule a visit to Erskine College? We’d love to have you on campus!

Elizabeth Sims, Admissions Visit and Events Manager

Elizabeth Sims

Admissions Visit and Event Manager
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