As I listen to conversations around the world of admissions, I hear one common word: visit. It is not mystery that a visit is important for an admissions office because that gives them the opportunity to show off everything that is good about their school. I do not disagree with this idea- of course I want to show you everything that I consider good about Concordia Seminary. However, I know that the your visit to seminary is not about me and what I can show off but it is about you and what you can gain from your time on the campus of Concordia Seminary. So, I am just curious. Do you feel like actually stepping foot on campus is the best means by which you determine whether you are going to be behind the desk of this Seminary? Thanks for your input.