How might you get involved on campus as a first-year student? Let us count the ways – and the reasons – that it is a good idea to consider extracurricular opportunities along with academics when considering a college.
Remember back in elementary school when you were asked to write a paragraph about what you wanted to do when you grew up? No pressure, but you’ve got one year to figure out what life after your high school graduation will be like! Before you panic, start with this college prep checklist for seniors.
Whether you are just starting your college search process or maybe it’s time to narrow your choice to the one school that fits you best, here are nine tips to finding the best college for you.
Not everyone chooses the best fit when they start college. Communication and planning ahead are key when transferring to a new college.
After choosing your future college the next step is usually deciding whether or not to live on campus. There are many benefits to residential living.
A liberal arts education has nothing to do with which direction you lean politically. It is not centered around the fine arts. Instead it provides knowledge and opportunities that can be applied to your everyday life.
Are you wondering when the right time is to start applying to college? We interviewed the experts and compiled these tips to make the process a little smoother for you. Here are some things to keep in mind as you begin applying to colleges… When is the best time to start applying for college? The […]
Stepping on campus for your college visit can be overwhelming. There is a lot to take into consideration. Such as “when should I start visiting colleges?” and “what should I expect during these visits?” To make the most of your college visit, first thing you should do is research the colleges that you are interested […]