Education Unlimited offers two week-long college tours that visit 10 prestigious schools in California or along the East Coast with lots of fun and excursions along the way! Read More!
Our California College Tour visits top schools throughout the state on this supervised and fun-filled tour. Students arrive in San Francisco and make their way to San Diego. The tour includes housing at business class hotels, and enjoy excursions along the way, including Disneyland! Along the way, students take college tours, meet with admissions staff, and learn how to make the most out of future college visits. Occasionally we stay in a campus dorm so students can get a taste of college life. Students chose to visit campuses that may include: UC Berkeley, San Francisco State, Stanford University, Santa Clara University, UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly, UCLA, USC, UC San Diego and more!
Our East Coast College Tour visits prominent colleges throughout the Northeast. Students arrive in Boston and make their way south to Washington DC on this supervised trip along the East Coast for an enriching and fun summer adventure. Along the way, students take college tours, meet with admissions staff, and learn how to make the most out of future college visits. The tour includes housing at business class hotels, and students have the opportunity to visit some of America’s historical cities! In the past participants have hiked the liberty trail, explored Greenwich Village in New York City, and experienced the impressive monuments of Washington DC. Students chose to visit campuses that may include: Harvard University, Boston College, MIT, Yale University, Columbia University, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, American University, Georgetown University, and more!
"I got a very big eye-opening look at selective colleges. I also very much liked the free time; it allowed us to experience the atmosphere in the area. The leaders were amazing, and everything took place seamlessly. [The campus tours] covered a lot of information and gave a good idea of the college. It was much more efficient than touring with family, and was very fun!"
-Pavan B., East Coast College Tour participant