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"The purpose of college visits to is to help determine where your teen will best fit in and be happy both academically and socially. Visits to colleges need to go beyond taking the scheduled group tour & information session at each college and university." - Janice Caine (Founder)

Having Custom College Visits arrange a personalized non-escorted campus visit itinerary allows you flexibility not offered by pre-scheduled, student-only college tours. You choose the dates that are most convenient for your family – you’re not tied to a fixed departure date. And more importantly, you have the opportunity to select the specific schools that you want to visit.

“I believe our outcome was successful because we had a well-managed (#college visit) plan helped along by an expert."
-Lisa (Client & Mom of a College Bound Teen)

 

Planning

Multi-College
Visits
Trip Logistics:

  • Which colleges to visit
  • In which order
  • What to do on campus
  • What to see on campus
  • Tips & Questions
  • Student Checklists
  • Parent Checklists
 

Personalized

On-campus Visits
We Can Schedule
On-campus Arrangements

  • Admissions Interviews
  • Student Meet-ups
  • Faculty Meetings
  • Reservations for:
  • Information Sessions
  • Guided Campus Tours
  • Overnight Stays
 

Creating The

Travel Plans
We Can Help With
Travel Arrangements:

  • Airline reservations
  • Private Jet reservations
  • Car rental
  • Black car arrangements
  • Lodging reservations
  • Sightseeing arrangements
  • International Students
 

Developing A

College List
College List Building:


  • Personalized
  • One-on-one attention
  • Local or long-distance
  • In-depth & on-going
  • Student & parent dialog
  • Pre-college visit coaching
  • #Parent Involvement

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