You will find all the information you need at this site to give
you a clear picture about the kinds of services we provide for the
About the Director
COLLEGE VISITS was founded and is directed by Robert
Rummerfield, previously assistant director of admissions
at The Johns Hopkins University. He received his BA from Loyola
College (MD), M.A.S. from Johns Hopkins (MD), and M. Ed. from
The Citadel (SC).
Board of Advisors
Ms. Roberta Freedman
at Law, Clark Hill PLC, Immigration Law, Washington, DC.
Mrs. Kathy Cleaver
- Director of
College Counseling, Durham Academy, Durham, NC.
Mrs. Missy Sanchez
- Independent Counselor, Atlanta, GA.
Ms. Patricia Smith - College Counselor,
American Community School, Cobham, UK.
COLLEGE VISITS offers the college
bound student a first-hand look at colleges and universities throughout
the United States. Because of our experience in working with a multitude
of higher education institutions, we are able to obtain meetings
with admissions representatives, student led tours, and campus housing.
This helps to take the hassle and worry away from the student and
parents in organizing a family visit. COLLEGE VISITS tours cover
all aspects of college life. We tour small, medium and large schools,
rural and urban, and public and private schools. Our tours cover
almost every region of the U.S., so if there is a particular school
or region you are interested in, chances are COLLEGE VISITS goes
We offer educational materials at the start of every tour in the form of a COLLEGE
VISITS Workbook. This material gives you a specific look at each
school we will visit, as well as helpful hints like questions to
ask during your college appointments, and places to see throughout
your visit. Information about Financial Aid is also included. The
tour will enable you to get a sense of what higher education has
to offer and hopefully, allow you to narrow down some choices or
come up with some new ones after participating in our tours. The
choice of a college or university is an important one and COLLEGE
VISITS works very hard to see that the participants make the most
informed decision possible.