How to Choose Colleges with Virtual Tours, The New York Times: Article with a guide to some of the tour sites that aim to help students feel as if they are walking around campuses without leaving home.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling(NACAC) provides information from more than 1,000 colleges and universities on changes to admissions processes resulting from the pandemic.
StriveScan is offering the Strive Virtual College Exploration program through May 8 to take the place of in-person college fairs. Students get advice on how to write a college essay, apply for financial aid, and the chance to ask questions to officials from more than 450 colleges from 45 states and 13 countries — Canada, Britain, Ireland, Italy, France, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Belgium, Australia and Mexico.
Unigo: college reviews and videos for students by students
YoUniversity: Students can click on tabs such as “safest campuses,” “most diverse campuses” and “top academic colleges,” as well as “best campus food” and “coolest dorms.”
Go See Campus: planning tools for campus visits
Youvisit: offers tours of more than 600 U.S. schools.
CampusTours offers tours of more than 1,800 schools in the United States as well as tours of schools in the United Kingdom, Canada, China and France.
CampusReel: Students enrolled at colleges can upload their videos to this site for sharing, after being vetted. Students or parents must register to join.