Campus visits can be the very thing that determines your final choice in a college. Going to institutions that you have applied/been accepted to is a good way to get a feel of what that campus is like. Not only this but you can also meet students of that school and ask them questions that may not have been answered on the school’s website. It is something that I would definitely recommend.
You can arrange a college visit by contacting the admissions offices via their website, phone number, or email to plan a formal visit. Also, talk to your high school counselor as they may have organized group tours available for nearby colleges.
Most campus visits usually involve an information session with school representatives and a campus tour led by current students. Other things that might be possible during visits are meeting with professors, eating in the dining hall, and spending the night in a dorm. Be sure to allot some time for you to walk around the campus on your own and ask current students questions.
Before your visit, visit the school’s website so you can see if there are any specific questions you would like to ask when you get there. Make a list of these questions. While you are visiting the campus, be friendly and open. Make a great first impression!