An article published on Time.com yesterday explains how some high school students are taking a new approach to campus tours. We all know we can use the internet to research schools, but high school students took it to a new level. They checked into social media accounts to get a feel for perspective campuses, and they did so in a way you wouldn’t expect. Instead of going to the schools’ official social media accounts, the students found college students’ pages to spy on. By investigating real college kids’ accounts, high school students could get a feel for the school in the everyday. It allowed them to see the campus from a student’s eyes instead of the university’s marketing brochure.
Check out the article here.