Virtual Campus Views and More
We are living in a rapidly changing world, hoping that eventually, fall will bring move-ins, classes, college sports, and normalcy. Campus tours to help students make their college decision have been put on hold. Orientation will likely be virtual at many universities. These are unusual and unprecedented times and circumstances continue to evolve daily.
So what does a student do if they have not yet made up their mind or if orientation will be done virtually? Here are some suggestions:
HaveUHeard is written by IRL (In Real Life) parents and student interns to give you a birds-eye view of each college and serve as a resource for not only on-campus information but the surrounding community as well. You can read through many blogs to learn about the move-in process, classes, sports, dorms, meal plans, financial aid and so much more.
Take a virtual tour offered by the University. Most universities have virtual tours already up on their website. There you can see dorms, classrooms, campus traditions, cultural events, sports and more. Some universities are still working on putting up a virtual tour of the campus. We give the link to each existing University’s virtual tour experience whether just for housing or for full campus:
For a student perspective, CampusReel provides tours as well giving students their view of campus life and their insight. Some of the universities don’t have as many videos but that’s what YouTube is for as well.
While we are living in a rapidly changing world, the hope is that eventually, fall will bring move-ins, classes, college sports, and normalcy.