Insider tips for applying to college, from crafting a list of best-fit schools to making your application stand out.
Whether you’re a high school sophomore, a parent of a student who hasn’t decided on a major, or a middle-age professional looking for more education, the process of choosing the college that matches your needs can be a challenge.
The most important — and difficult — part of the decision is knowing where to look for information.
On Course provides guidance from school counselors, education consultants, students and colleges to help lead you through one of life’s biggest decisions.
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One approach to building a college-going culture revolves around validation theory, convincing kids that they belong.
Transferring from a two-year college to a four-year school should be simple, but many students encounter problems.
Community colleges offer convenience, flexibility and affordability in one tidy setting.
“Colleges have gone from wanting kids to be well-rounded to wanting them to be specialists,” one Seattle consultant says. “Schools like to admit unique individuals who stand out.”
From handling illnesses to coping with homesickness, new college students are often at a loss for how to function in the mature world they’ve joined.
The right college for you is one that resonates with who you are — in and out of the classroom — and inspires you to achieve your dreams.