Choosing the right university is a big decision that normally would be happening right now. However, university tours have been cancelled due to COVID-19 and students are left without the benefit of checking out their chosen universities, and are understandably concerned. But there are other ways to learn about these schools.

Universities and students alike are now trying to adapt to a new normal. Virtual tours have replaced in-person ones, information sessions are held over Zoom, and students will likely have to make difficult choices about the next four years of their educations without ever setting foot on a campus or meeting a representative in person.

Many universities are offering virtual tours to help students (and parents) explore the campuses and get their questions answered in order to help them choose a school for next year.

Ontario

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/26/virtual-university-tours-in-ontario-guide/

British Columbia

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/26/virtual-university-tours-in-british-columbia-guide/

Alberta

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/26/virtual-university-tours-in-alberta-guide/

Manitoba and Saskatchewan

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/26/virtual-university-tours-in-saskatchewan-manitoba/

Qu├ębec

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/26/virtual-university-tours-in-quebec-guide/

Atlantic Canada

https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/27/virtual-university-tours-in-new-brunswick-guide/

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