Visiting College – Navigating College Admissions

Quadrangles, libraries, classrooms . . . oh my! We all have a picture in our minds of what a college campus looks like. We sat down with Zach Evans, Deputy Director of Admissions at UChicago, to talk about why you should visit a campus yourself before you apply.

Source: UChicago College Admissions

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