When you receive your college acceptance letters, it may be a hard decision choosing which school to attend. It's a good idea to visit the campus again, especially if you haven't been there yet. Accepted student days are good events to go to because many give you the chance to take some classes, eat in the dining hall, tour the campus, talk to students, and even spend the night in a dorm. In my case, as soon as I stepped onto the campus of my college I knew that that was where I wanted to go. I had done research on the college before visiting and had also visited a few other colleges, but none gave me the feeling that this one did. If none of your schools do this for you, don't worry--there are other factors that can help you at least narrow down the list. The cost of tuition, the amount of financial aid you are granted, scholarships, distance from home, etc. are all things to seriously consider when choosing your college.