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Upstate colleges offer virtual tours after coronavirus closures

How do university enrollment officers attract the college bound to campus when onsite visits are shut down due to COVID-19? Ariel Gilreath of The Greenville News spoke to Brad Pochard, Furman University associate vice president of enrollment. With fall semester on the horizon, the university is preparing for what it may face. “We are literally talking about this daily,” he told Gilreath. Until campus visits resume in June, Furman is providing virtual information sessions and meetings for prospective students. Furman has also established a fund for students who are financially affected by COVID-19.

Last updated April 16, 2020
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