Planning Your UC Berkeley College Campus Visit

UC Berkeley is one of the most prestigious universities in the United States, and a visit there is definitely something to be excited about. However, if you’re not prepared, a college visit can be overwhelming and rushed. That’s where CustomCollegeVisits comes in. We offer a personalized UC Berkeley campus visit that will help you make the most of your time on campus.

Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will help you plan every step of your visit, from arranging meet-ups with current students to touring the campus. We’ll even help you find accommodations close to UC Berkeley if needed. So why wait? Contact us today to start planning your perfect UC Berkeley college visit trip!

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How Do We Start?

The best way to start planning your college visit is to contact us by filling out the Contact Us form on our website. Once you have submitted the form someone from our team will contact you and will ask you a series of questions about your plans. We’ll need to know: 

  • your travel dates 
  • other colleges and universities you’re interested in visiting
  • your student’s academic and extracurricular interests

Once that’s done, we will start building your UC Berkeley college visit trip plan. We’ll provide a suggested itinerary based on your answers, but you’re free to make changes as needed.


What Can I Expect on My Trip?

A typical college visit includes a meet-up with current students, touring the campus, and meeting with professors. However, the exact itinerary will depend on the schools you’re visiting. For your visit to Cal and the other campuses, Custom College Visits will take your teen’s interests and your requests into account and create a personalized trip exclusively for your family.

If you’re ready to start planning your perfect UC Berkeley campus visit, contact Custom College Visits today. We’ll be happy to help you every step of the way!


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