Tag: transcripts

3 Sneaky Ways College Students Accidentally Lose Credits...and Money

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Freelance Writer

These three admission and financial aid mistakes are easy to make. And common. And costly. 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

College-Prep Homeschooling: Creating Transcripts

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Professor, Author

For colleges and universities, proof of graduation is the transcript that indicates which courses were completed, when, and what grade was earned. To make sure your transcripts are adequate, you'll need to include the right information. read more

How to Graduate on Time as a Transfer Student

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Assistant Director of Admission, Concordia University, St. Paul

Years ago, if students decided to transfer from one college to another, it probably meant they could not transfer all their earned credits to the new college. In recent years, there has been a large growth in transfer student populations, and colleges and universities have recognized these students' unique needs. read more

Guide Freshmen Through the Next Four Years

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Senior Assistant Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

As a college counselor, you can play a pivotal role in keeping your students grounded and focused on their future early on. This post and next, I'll be discussing just a few of the many ways you can help your freshmen make the most of their vital but fleeting high school years. read more