Founder of Welcome to College, Justin Bayer, and President of the Marist Student Ambassador program, Kelsey Donohue, join Admissions Live to discuss campus visits. What is it about the campus visit that makes it such a critical part of the college search process? Hear thoughts from these experts as they cover what will make or break a campus visit in 2012.
Taken from the live broadcast, September 18, 2012.
Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:
- Student Ambassador Roles
- Fit and Gut Feelings
- Visit Innovations
- Customer Service
- Authenticity and Anecdotes
- Live Streaming
… and much more
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