Nooo. Don't bring your transcript.
Bring a pen to write down your address to be put on their mailing lists. Some people also like to bring a notepad to write down notes.
Ask questions that you won't be able to find on the web. Stay away from stuff like "What is the size of your freshman class?".
These people are usually there to sell their college, not the other way around. College reps meet so many people that they will likely not remember a select individual.
But it's a great chance to get to talk to people who have had real experiences with the school/professors/classes. I asked how the relationships between professors and students were; and I received some very insightful personal stories. Some told me that they regularly went over to their professors' homes to eat dinner, while others said that they hardly had any contact...
Ask them questions that relate to what is important to you. I was concerned about the professor/student relationships, the sizes of classes, intramural sports, and the sense of community so I asked questions about these topics and received a lot of helpful information.
Last edited by fairy_dreams; 04-18-2010 at 11:22 PM.