A lot of families of high schoolers take advantage of spring vacation weeks to visit college campuses. For high school juniors and their parents, this may be the last opportunity they have to visit campuses while school is actually in session before applying to colleges in the fall. So, what’s a student to do with the limited time they have to be on campus to help them decide if this college is a place where they’d like to spend four years of their life? Take the advice of former Reed College admissions officer, Ian Fisher, in this discussion of college visits in College Coach’s new video series, Ask the College Admissions Expert.

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Written by Ian Fisher
Ian Fisher is an experienced educational consultant, part of College Coach’s team of college admissions consultants. Ian received his master’s in policy, organization, and leadership studies from the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Prior to joining College Coach, Ian worked as a senior admissions officer at Reed College. Visit our website to learn more about Ian Fisher.