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What Questions Should I Ask the Student Disabilities Office?

When it comes to advocating for yourself in college, you want to ask Disability Services the right questions. Here's what our expert recommends.

by Eric Endlich, PhD

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The Best Time to Ask Your School Counselor These Important Questions

Need answers about the college search and application process? Go and ask your counselor! Here are some important questions you should ask and when.

by Phoebe Bain

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Who Can Help Me Complete My Financial Aid Forms?

Applying for financial aid can be complicated, it's smart to seek out help. But who are the right people to ask? Our experts have advice to find helpers.

by Michael Milone, PhD; Brendan Coughlin

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How Do I Know When My College List Is Finally Complete?

How do you know when your college list is complete? Here are some questions to ask yourself, as recommended by college admission experts, to finalize it.

by Rebecca VanderMeulen

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How Do Colleges Accept Scores If I Retake the SAT?

Wondering if retaking the SAT will benefit you? The important question to ask is how and if colleges accept retake scores. Our experts have the answer.

by Lauren Gaggioli; Charlotte M. Klaar, PhD; Nathan Mannetter

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6 Stressful "What If" Questions About College You're Afraid to Ask, Answered

You can be excited about college and still have lingering doubts and fears. Ease your mind with these real-world answers to what you're too afraid to ask.

by Jessica Tomer

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What Questions Should I Ask My Academic Advisor?

Your academic advisor is your best partner for a successful college experience. Here are some expert recommendations for questions you should be asking.

by Ben Smith

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What Experiential Learning Looks Good on a Résumé?

Experiential learning is an important part of college and can be a strong section in your résumé that could land you a job. Here's what the experts say.

by Donald K. Sherman

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What Is a Common Application Supplement?

You may be using the Common Application to apply to school, but have you considered utilizing the Common App supplement? Our experts can fill you in.

by Jarrid James Whitney, EdM

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How Do Students Benefit From a Formal Mentorship?

Mentorship is valuable to any student's future. Here's how to find experts and people who've accomplished great things in the areas you're interested in.

by Aaron McDaniel

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What Major Factors and Questions Should I Consider in My Christian College Search?

Your faith may be a big factor in your college search. Here's some expert advice on what to ask about and look for in a Christian institution.

by Anne Edmunds

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Can I Be a Teacher Without Getting a Teaching Degree?

Did you realize your love for teaching after majoring in something else? Our experts have the answer to how you can still fulfill your passion for teaching.

by Jessica Tomer

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If I Don't Qualify for Merit Aid, Will Other Aid Be Available?

Transfer students often receive institutional scholarships, but if you don't, you still have other financial aid options. Our experts have the answer.

by Joan Isaac Mohr

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What Questions Should I Ask About Scholarship Offers?

You got offered a scholarship? Great! Before you accept it, there are a few questions you should be asking yourself and the scholarship committee about it.

by Kenneth McGhee

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How Competitive Are Most Art School Programs?

It seems like there's a healthy dose of competition for admission to most art schools. But just how competitive are they? One experts weighs in.

by Jeannie Borin, MEd

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How Are Grades Used in College Admission Decisions?

The classes you take and the grades you earn are the most important factor upon which you are evaluated when you apply to college. Read more from our experts.

by Rhiannon Schade

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Who Can Help if I'm Struggling in My College Classes?

Colleges want you to succeed, so there are plenty of on-campus resources to access for academics. Here's where our experts suggest you turn for assistance.

by Donald K. Sherman

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When Is It Smart to Start My College Search?

Though it varies from student to student, it's important to start planning for college sooner rather than later. Learn more from the experts.

by Rhiannon Schade

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Should I Defer a Year So I Can Receive In–State Tuition?

Sometimes in-state tuition is worth changing your college plans for. Our experts have advice on taking a year off to get in-state tuition.

by Joan Isaac Mohr

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How Can I Help Prevent Students From Cheating in School?

Students may succumb to cheating with the pressure of college admission, but it's risky. Here's what one of our experts suggests to help you prevent it.

by Stephanie Farah