With more and more college campuses shutting down for the months of March and April due to the spread of COVID-19, many high school students’ plans to attend campus tours during spring break are now up in the air. This is disappointing for families who were hoping to get a better sense of locations, settings, and student populations at their prospective schools. It can also be stress-inducing because some colleges not only highly encourage visiting, but track what’s called “demonstrated interest,” or whether or not a student has somehow connected with a college to show they are seriously considering it. A campus visit is a powerful way to demonstrate interest, but it’s not the only way (and certainly isn’t the most affordable, practical, or—given our current situation—the safest). So, what can you do when campus visits aren’t an option?