Take a virtual tour of a Christian university
In a perfect world, individuals would be able to visit each and every Christian university and college they have an interest in applying to. However, everything from the high cost of airfare to rising gas prices can quickly derail prospective students’ plans to make multiple campus visits.
Fortunately, modern technology has made it so that prospective students do not even have to leave their house to explore Christian colleges and universities. While most institutions’ websites provide a campus map as well as written information on schools’ various facilities, many now offer online visitors the chance to take a virtual tour.
As a result, if individuals have an interest in attending a school in another state, they should research its website before they book their plane tickets. Virtual tours will typically be located under a website’s “Admissions” category.
North Park University is among the Christian universities that offer prospective students a chance to take an online virtual tour. If interested individuals cannot make it to Illinois, then they can select the Virtual Campus Tour feature on the school’s website and hop from one building to another on their computer screen.
Those who select this virtual tour can go from North Park’s entrance to one of its many outdoor paths that lead to several campus buildings. Prospective students can take a peek inside each of these facilities and get a sense of the school’s culture.
Then there is Virginia’s Regent University, which offers a virtual tour of its own. The experience is a bit limited, as online visitors are only allowed to explore the school’s Classroom Building. However, Regent goes all out in terms of what individuals can see inside this two-floor facility.
On Colorado Christian University’s website, prospective students can pass through the halls of the Clifton Fowler Library without getting out of their seat. Everything from the facility’s reference desk and conference room to its study room and student photocopier are viewable online.
No matter which virtual tour prospective students choose to go on, they will find that they are very easy to use. In order to have the best virtual visit possible, individuals may want to use a computer at the local library if they do not have the fastest hard drive.