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From GoLocalProv.com by Cristiana Quinn, GoLocalProv College Admissions Expert:
With February and spring vacations looming, families are flooding college campuses for tours and information sessions. If you have a sophomore or junior in high school, now is the time to visit! Think it’s too early? Families who delay face a rush of stressful visits in the fall of senior year, and this rarely helps a student make the right choice. And, if you plan to take advantage of early action and decision programs, most deadlines are in November 1, leaving little time in the fall of senior year for touring campuses. So, before you head off on spring visits, here are a few things you need to know.