As a campus tour guide, it is a pretty safe bet that one of the reasons you were chosen for your position is because you are generally happy at your school.
A few weeks ago, I travelled to New York City for meetings. While there, I reconnected with a good friend and former tour guide from the University of Vermont, Jessica Kowalewski Dietrich.
Nestled in New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes region, Elmira College has a historic campus footprint unlike any other.
A most coveted item on any college campus is a close parking spot. I had one waiting for me upon arrival at Millsaps College – a small gesture with a big impact.
Nighttime Lincoln Memorial
Every Marymount student has visited this national monument at some point, but the real treat when visiting this iconic landmark is to see it in all its nighttime glory.
Will Krueger — Sophomore, Wright State University
Most students enroll in their college of choice before becoming a campus tour guide. Not Will Krueger.
Keisha Branch — Marymount University
Too often, the college visit comes down to a two-hour whirlwind of a campus tour, classroom visit, and maybe lunch — and then it’s on to the next school.
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Today, thousands of students are visiting colleges preparing to make the largest decision in their life up to this point. This post goes out to all of the tour guides leading these college visit experiences. You are not just a tour guide.
Stephania Ochs — Junior, Arizona State UniversityAs a brand-new freshman at Arizona State University, Stephania Ochs already wanted to give back to her school.