Tag: admission

How I Made My Final College Decision

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The University of Alabama

If you're stuck trying to decide between two similar colleges, it's okay! Read on to see how one student finally chose where she wanted to go. read more

Why Are Campus Visits So Important?

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Campus visits play a crucial role in finding the best-fit college for your needs. Check out what our experts have to say about why they're so important. read more

ZeeMee: The Future of College Applications?

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Dartlet

What's this see-me thing everyone's talking about? Learn about ZeeMee and what is has to do with your college applications. read more

Can I study science at a liberal arts college?

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Yes, nearly every liberal arts college will offer some majors in science disciplines and many offer interdisciplinary programs like biochemistry, neuroscience and/or environmental studies. Along with the science, you get a well-rounded exposure to other disciplines. read more

Waitlisted, Denied, Accepted: Dealing With Grad School Admission Decisions

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Author, Enrollment Expert

What should you do if your grad school application is waitlisted, denied, or accepted? Well, it varies. But following this expert advice is a great place to start... read more

How Your Potential Major Can Influence Your College Search

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Student, iSchool High

Many factors go into finding the right college, from academic rigor to scholarships offered to sports. But where does your college major fit in? read more

The Golden Rule of College Transfers

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CEO, Admissionado

Aim high in your college transfer ambitions, and you never know where the future may take you. read more

What to Expect From College Admission Interviews

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Even when they're not required, college admission interviews are often a good way to bolster an application. Here's how to tackle your admission interview. read more

Senioritis Doesn't Go Away...But That's Okay

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Student

You hear the term "senioritis" thrown around jokingly as an underclassman, and you think to yourself, "That'll never be me." Not. The. Case. read more

Dare to Be More With Catholic Education

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Assistant Director of Admission, Coordinator for Campus Visits and Events, Saint Martin's University

In the college search, cost, academics, and location are certainly important. But is there more to higher education? Could there be? read more