<p>visiting next week </p>

<p>is there anything in particular i need to see or should go visit?</p>

<p>when you visited what did u do?</p>


<p>when you visit stop by the visitors center, I think that is what its called, and ask any and all questions. When we were there, we were shocked how very crowded it was, hundreds and hundreds of kids everywhere! Asking a question was tough but when we stopped by here it was easy to get questions answererd. And of course as with any college, just walk around on your own after the tours/info sessions and check things out for yourself, speak to other students, son did this and it was helpful. He fell in love with the school and we were really impressed, good luck to you!</p>

<p>Get the tour, of course. </p>

<p>Pick up a student newspaper or two, and find an on campus activity that interests you, and go to it. We went to a play while we were there. Helps give a feel for the place.</p>

<p>Use online info to figure out where the department offices for a possible major are, and go walk through that building. What's on the walls? What's the "vibe" you get.</p>

<p>There's a food courtyard area in the Student Center - go hang out there and try to talk with students.</p>

<p>And if you decide to leave the campus area, there's all the tourism sites - White House, Smithsonian Museum, etc. We were burnt out from college tours by the time we hit DC, so our last day we went to the Zoo, which was awesome.</p>