The coronavirus has drastically altered life around the world, and while college admissions isn’t life and death, it’s safe to say that the admissions process has been upended. Colleges around the country have canceled in person classes and most have adopted an online format for the remainder of the semester. With that, it’s certain that spring college visits will be occurring in non-traditional ways. So how can you get a feel for a college when the campus is closed?
If your spring break plans included college visits, what should you do now? It boils down to using your virtual resources.
For now, it’s all about staying informed on changes. From new test dates for SAT or ACT, to possible changes to the admission timeline, stay in touch with your advisor for the most accurate information. Check your email daily and check college websites often for updated deadlines and procedures. Expect a lot of communication from colleges in the coming months. Be sure to have a method for organizing this information.
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