Visiting Illinois?!

<p>I've gotten so many invitations for different times to visit Illinois, I dont know which to go to! As an engineering major, who wants to do pre-med, what is the best time to go?</p>

<p>Engineering Days
Friday, February 10th
Friday, March 16th
Friday, March 30th</p>

<p>James Scholars Program 4pm-7pm
Sunday, February 19th
Sunday, March 25th
Thursday, April 5th
Thursday, April 12th</p>

Thursday, February 23rd
Friday, February 24th
Saturday, February 25th</p>

<p>Admitted Students Day 9:45am – 3pm
Monday, March 12th
Monday, March 26th
Friday, April 6th
Monday, April 9th
Friday, April 13th
Monday, April 16th</p>

<p>Scholar Visits
Tuesday, February 21st
Thursday, February 23rd
Monday, February 27th
Tuesday, February 28th
Tuesday, March 6th
Wednesday, March 7th
Thursday, March 8th
Tuesday, March 13th
Wednesday, March 14th
Tuesday, March 27th
Monday, April 2nd
Tuesday, April 3rd</p>

<p>Admitted Students Saturday Visits
Saturday, February 18th
Saturday, February 25th
Saturday, April 7th
Saturday, April 14th
Saturday, April 21st</p>

<p>It's really not that difficult; just go.</p>

<p>^ trufax</p>


<p>My son got the most info going on admitted students day. He was a potential James Scholar in engineering. There was a student panel that gave very honest answers to questions regarding professor availability and interest, time/homework commitment and other things you probably won't hear on a campus open house or visit. The later in the year you go the better the weather will be.</p>

<p>I called and they said I should go on an admitted students day, which is what I'm going to do :)</p>

<p>Whatever you do, try to get a tour of the engineering part of campus. It's fantastic.</p>

<p>Alright! Thanks :) Does anyone know what the James Scholar visit will be about?</p>

<p>The invitation I received for the James Scholar Reception says

The receptions will include group tours of the visualization lab located in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, a Q & A panel of current students and recent alumni, and a presentation from Dean Umberto Ravaioli, Sr. Assistant Dean and Director of the James Scholar Program. A light buffet will also be offered.


<p>Interesting. So if I go to the James Scholar meeting, do I still need to take an Engineering tour?</p>