Tag: how to apply

The Transfer Essay: What's Your Story?

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Director of Admissions, Grove City College

How do you get started on your transfer essay? Keep reading to find out. read more

The Most Confusing Parts of the College Application Process

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Student, Judge Memorial Catholic High School

Applying to college is stressful enough already. The last thing you need is to be confused by the logistics of submitting your applications! read more

Navigating the Graduate School Application Process

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Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, Director of Graduate Enrollment Services, Marymount University

You found the perfect grad school . . . now you just have to apply. An admission expert shares her top four tips for doing so. read more

Q&A: Universal College Applications

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Assistant Director, Business Development, ApplicationsOnline, LLC

Have you heard of the Universal College Application? Here, a UCA representative breaks the application down. read more

Who can help me complete my financial aid forms?

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Applying for college financial aid can be complicated, but here's a suggestion that is so simple you might actually overlook it. If you and your family need help completing the forms, ask for it. read more

Advice for College from Higher Ed Experts: John Chopka, Admission

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Vice President for Enrollment Management, Messiah College

How can students get a leg up in their college search? What makes an application stand out? And what are admission counselors really thinking when they look at those applications, anyway? John Chopka, VP for Enrollment Management at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania, answers our questions. read more

What is your process for helping students create the list of colleges to which they will apply?

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Finding colleges that will help students thrive depends on students reflecting on and identifying their aspirations, strengths, challenges, and personal preferences. read more

Considering Public Colleges & Universities: Why Go Public?

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Associate Vice President of Planning, Enrollment Management, and Student Affairs, California State University, East Bay

Why should you study at a public college or university? In short, they offer a huge variety of experiences and unparalleled opportunities for learning, career preparation, and meaningful social and cultural development--all at an affordable cost! read more