This paper reports some observations on pre-visit communications from the points of view of both the visitor and program, resulting from a C2k visit to the Electrical Engineering program at the University of Arizona. A summary of the types of information exchanged in advance of this visit is provided and analyzed. Also, suggestions for future enhancements in communications are made. It is important that requests for information to the institution not become overwhelming, and that the requests be made in a form and with sufficient lead time that permits effective response. The authors believe that the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the review process can be significantly enhanced by enhancement of pre-visit communications.