Tag: public

Public Schools With the Best Tuition Deals for Out-of-State Students

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The University of Texas at Austin

Attention students who want to go to school out of state but are deterred by cost: these public colleges and universities offer some of the most affordable out-of-state tuition prices! read more

Top Tips for Applying to Big Colleges

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

It's easy to fall through the cracks when applying to large public colleges. One high school senior offers his top tips to help students navigate the process and stand out among the tens of thousands of other applicants. read more

How to Maximize Financial Aid at Public Schools

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Student, Arkansas State University

If you decide to go to a public university, chances are that you will have access to an institutional scholarship. But how exactly do you get access to all that free money? read more

Simplifying the College Search Process

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Director of Outreach and Recruitment, The Ohio State University

As students try to wrap their heads around the college search process, it's no wonder that anxiety runs high. However, in the hearts and minds of many admission professionals, this does not need to be the case. read more

Public Universities: What's in a Name?

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Admissions Counselor, Clemson University

Public schools can often be overlooked by students and parents because their names create assumptions that aren't true--by a long shot. But there's more behind the names than you may realize. read more

Why Public?

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Vice President for Enrollment Managemen, The University of Texas at Dallas.

Do you want the ultimate college experience at an affordable cost? A wide variety of classes, organizations, and clubs to choose from? A huge stadium with hundreds of other fans? If this sounds ideal, then a public college or university might be the perfect fit for you! read more

Comparing Public Colleges: Big vs. Small Schools

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You probably know the saying "big fish in a small pond." What about small fish in a big pond? Or medium-sized ponds? Old adages aside, school size and student population can greatly influence your university experience. read more