Self-guided tours helps potental UW-La Crosse students experience campus
Guided tours are still being offered
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – A new self-guided tour is helping potential U-W La Crosse students learn about the campus.
The curbside campus tour starts at the admissions office on campus.
Families then travel to their campus on their own using their smartphones to listen to audio recordings discribing campus spots.
With so much changing, the hope to make learning about the university safe and accessible.
“We again are very busy, typically during our summer months with those rising seniors that are getting a head start, want to take a look at that next opportunity is. And it’s great again to have students on campus being able to see what UW-La Crosse is all about,” said UWL admissions counselor Ken Koelbl.
There are still guided tours provided on campus with much smaller group sizes than in previous years.
COPYRIGHT 2020 BY WKBT/News8000.com. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST, REWRITTEN OR REDISTRIBUTED.