Students starting the college search may have limits on their ability to make in-person trips to schools on their target list. But according to John McEachern, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Boston University, expanded virtual opportunities provide even greater access for prospective students to explore colleges and find the right fit.

Watch my discussion with John to learn specific ways Boston University, and many other institutions, are helping high school students connect with admissions officers and even current students to learn about their campus and educational programs.

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