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In the Media

"Visitation Rites" by Julia Clerk
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

"'Planning ahead helps you get more from the experience, and it decreases your stress by creating room for delays and personal time,' said Kevin Preis, Founder of Go See Campus, a website that includes a College Planner tool that guides you through the college tour process."

» Read the article.

"Students, parents should do research before campus visits"
by Lee Bierer in the Charlotte Observer
Also in Fresno Bee, Buffalo News, and The Sacramento Bee

"While we all recognize that the college admissions process is dramatically different today than it was just a generation ago, little has changed more than the campus visit."

"The best part (of Go See Campus) is that your itinerary is saved and you can update it and print it out to take with you. It is basically having a personalized travel agent, for free."

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"The College Search Made Easier" by Mateo Corby
Harvard University's Ed. Magazine

Harvard University's Ed Magazine

"'Now students and parents can go to a single website,' [Preis] says, 'choose the schools they want to visit, learn about admissions activities on campus, build an itinerary for their trip, and get resources like campus maps, parking directions, nearby dining options, and events calendars.' By compiling all this information in one place, Go See Campus saves users the headache of scouring each individual college website for admissions details."

» Read the article.

"Kids & Money: The high cost of college visits" by Steve Rosen

Kansas City Star

"When it comes to nailing down the travel details, a new website called Go See Campus (www.goseecampus.com) could save you some time. Go See Campus bundles concise college trip information to more than 2,300 campuses. The free 'College Trip Planner' allows users to download schedules on campus tours and information sessions, get help on parking, travel arrangements, and even find where to get a burger near the main gate. Dates, meetings and other itinerary details are organized for families preparing to hit the road."

» Read the article.

"Campus visits made easy" by Maria Montoya

The times-picayune

"The website's signature application, The College Trip Planner, is a first-of-its-kind web tool that connects users to tours, information sessions, and other admissions activities at hundreds of schools. They can download campus maps, get parking directions, and make travel accommodations from the site. Dates and times are saved in itineraries students can take on the road."

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"Things To Do This Fall" by Tiffany Bird

Kansas City        Star

"It’s a good idea to check out some potential colleges to get a feel for which ones you are serious about applying to. Visit Go See Campus, a site with all sorts of statistical and admissions information for colleges in the U.S. It also provides you with ways to set up a campus tour."

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Press Releases

October 11, 2011
Fall College Visits Help High School Seniors Make Final Decisions
(Press version - Microsoft Word Document with links)

Go See Campus is helping high school seniors prepare for trips to college campuses this fall with new online resources.

February 2, 2011
College Trip Website Lets High School Students Plan Spring Visits Online
(Press version - Microsoft Word Document with links)

Go See Campus, the free college trip planning website for high school students and parents, is providing new tools to those visiting campus this spring.

November 5, 2010
Expansion by Go See Campus Lets You Plan College Trips to Over 2,300 Locations

Go See Campus, the free college trip planning website for high school students and parents, announced today that it has expanded its system to include over 2,300 campuses.

August 25, 2010
First Online College Trip Planner Helps High School Students and Parents Organize Their Campus Visits

Go See Campus, a new, free website that helps high school students and parents plan campus visits and make the most of the college search, is transforming the traditional college road trip.



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