College Visits

Why College Tours are important?

The U.S. News has noted that a college visit is an absolute necessity for college bound students. HSA College Tours is dedicated to providing superior college visit services for student groups.

Our college visits allow students to experience firsthand what it is like to be a college student! During the college visit and campus tour the students have the unique ability to see themselves as a part of the college atmosphere.

In a typical college fair they provide us an informational session and a guided campus tour in which they have the opportunity to experience several aspects of college life.


College Experiences

Kent State University Visit

The admission counselor of Kent State University provided a great experience for our students. She led an overview discussion of the academic programs that the school offered, as well as a wonderful campus tour of the 21st century facility. We had the opportunity to see mock dorms, lecture halls, and much more about KSU during our tour.  It was a great chance for our students to experience a college atmosphere and we appreciate KSU’s hospitality.


Cleveland State University Visit

On Thursday November 6, 2014 half of the 9th grade students visited Cleveland State University and on Thursday November 13, 2014 the other half of the freshman group was taken to Case Western Reserve University trip. In each trip we had an information session we had an information session provided us important information about the admissions process, majors offered, campus housing, financial aid, career services and other general information about the university and about 2 hour campus tour where they had the opportunity to see lecture halls, housing facilities, fitness center and much more about the universities. Thank you to the chaperons for joining and helping us.



University of Akron Visit

HSA Lorain sophomores took a step through their college journey by visiting University of Akron on October 29, 2014 and Oberlin College on October 28, 2014. Students began with a 30 minute admission information session held by an admission counselor followed by a 90 minute walking tour led by current students and had lunch at a school dining hall in each trip. It was a great way to get a glimpse of college life. Thank you to all of the chaperons that helped makes our trip a success.