Welcome to access/browse the website of our school

GeogeHalin

Senior Member
Japanese
Hello!

If there's a website the parents can enter to find out information about the school, should I say:
1. You're welcome to access the website of our school.
2. You're welcome to browse the website of our school.

I think browse sounds better. But is using access correct?
I think it is more formal than access.

Thank you!
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    I would normally say "You're welcome to visit our school's website."

    Access gives me the impression I might have to have a username and password. I suppose browse is all right, but I seldom see it in this context. Just suggest visiting -- people know what to do once they're there.
     
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