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As part of the college application process, along with visiting colleges (in-person or virtually), you may have opportunities to connect with an admissions officer or other admissions office personnel. These opportunities might present themselves when you attend an information session, need to ask a question, or want to update your application. Some colleges allow you to make appointments with someone in the admissions office, and most will allow you, or even encourage you, to email your local admissions representative.
Regardless of the reason, it is always important to make a good impression when reaching out to an admissions officer and to realize that just because a college encourages you to contact your admissions officer, it does not mean that you should send multiple emails or ask questions that can be easily be answered by looking at the college's website. Doing so might have a negative effect; you might end up annoying the admissions staff!
Here are ways in which you can make a positive, lasting impression: