It is a scene all too familiar – several families waiting in line at the reception desk in the HC Admissions Office, parents holding copies of the Boston Globe, waiting to inquire about a good place for lunch near campus.
Here’s a word of advice to all those families who take road trips to make college visits. When you’re on campus, you’re trying to get a sense of what that college is all about — what it’s like to live there; what it’s like to learn there; what it’s like to spend four years there. Take advantage of what you have at hand to get the most out of your short time on campus. Don’t read the Boston Globe and eat lunch at a restaurant. Read the school newspaper and eat lunch on campus.
Trust me. You’ll never forget our mac and cheese.
Andrew N. Carter
Associate Director of Admissions
One Reply to “College Visit Tips”
It’s such a small detail, but a few years ago when I was college “shopping” I actually preferred to eat on campus just to get an idea of the food quality.