University Visitor’s Network Announces A New Information Portal for College Bound Students, Parents, and Admissions Counselors

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Students planning to attend college now have a powerful new online tool that helps make the selection process much easier.

University Visitor’s Network is the complete go-to web destination when it comes to preparing for college, selecting a college, and learning about the lifestyle on campus and the local community.

For the first time, University Visitor’s Network provides the necessary information regarding academics and cost for each school. What makes this site unique is that it also includes a broad palette of photos, videos, and links, painting an informative picture of the lifestyle on campus and the local community, offering the richest and most well-rounded college search profiles available. 1

Tools such as MySchools and MyFriends allow college bound students to create profiles and compare their school choices, post comments, share information and insight with their friends, and link to facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/create_account.php

College bound information is fragmented at best.
The complete resource for the college bound, UVN guides the novice student and their parents through the college process from beginning to end, providing them with everything they need to know. Pages such as Prepare Me for College, For Parents, Financial Services / Scholarships, Study Abroad & Gap Year, Green Scene / Get involved, Campus Shopping, etc, are abundantly populated with videos, articles, blogs, live news feeds, book recommendations, and links to the best website information available, making UVN the complete go-to web destination.

http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/Prepare.shtml
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/ForParents.shtml
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/Financial.shtml
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/StudyAbroad.shtml
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/GreenScene.shtml

University Visitors Guides Online! UVN houses 23 interactive micro websites of Online University Visitors Guides, extending the reach of the university’s printed magazines.

With a Community Lifestyle Search Tool, UVN provides a local search into the university and community in which the school is located.
http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com/Visitors_Guides.shtml

Having a more in-depth college search will better inform the students and their parents, guiding them to make more informed decisions as to which colleges or universities they will choose to go visit.

Campus visits are still an important part of the traditional decision-making process for selecting a new school, but now students can get the virtual look and feel for the college’s environment by simply visiting University Visitor’s Network.com.

“I wish that this website was available when I was looking at Colleges”
Rachel Parmet, - 2008 College graduate, University of Colorado at Boulder.

"I think the website looks amazing, and it should do very well. I
know that I would definitely use it if I was looking into schools!"
Isabelle Nagel-Brice College student, Western Washington University

"I just spent 45 minutes checking out this website...amazing! If we
were in high school, imagine the information we would have at our
fingertips!! Sandi Barnes, College Parent

1 A recent face book study demonstrates that 35-40% of all college bound students are not only interested in academics, but also in the lifestyle on campus and the local community.

Important fact:
By 2011 college enrollment is expected to reach 17.7 (Source US Department of Education)

Company History:
Campus Publishers has been in business for 20 years, and is the original creator of the Official University Visitors Guide Magazine concept. It is the largest publisher of official Visitors Guide Magazines in the country, with 24 publications representing a “Who’s Who” of American colleges and universities. Owner John Brice is the former publisher of Creativity, an Advertising Age trade publication.

For additional information, please contact:
John Brice, CEO, Campus Publishers and University Visitor’s Network
Phone: 303-544-1198
Website: http://www.universityvisitorsnetwork.com

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