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College Visits: What to do

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 All college campuses have students and buildings. To
see what makes each unique, and to see if you might be a good fit with
this college, you’ve got to mix it up on campus. Here are a few things
you should do before you conclude your visit.

  1. Talk to students
  2. Read bulletin boards
  3. Eat at a cafeteria
  4. Talk to the admissions office
  5. Read the college newspaper

excerpts from Cappex.com

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College Visit to Kennesaw State University July 25th

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Top things we learned:

1. Very competitive nursing program

2. Study Abroad programs – all majors have a global focus, a lot of scholarship money is available for these programs

3. Limited housing – put down a housing deposit as soon as you are accepted

4. Football team in 2012

5. The Commons Dining Hall – state-of-the art dining facility

6. Online application available in September

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Parents… before you child goes off to college

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If you would like to have access to your child’s medical information
or grades while they are off at college, make sure your child has gone
through the authorization process with his or her college. They can
check with the college to get the appropriate documentation.  Otherwise, you will not be able to have access to their
records, even though you may be paying the bill. 

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