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Tweet Write and Edit Your College Essays You need to start your college essays while you have free time in the summer. Remember that the essay is an important part
Tweet The best investment you will ever make is an investment in yourself. Choosing which college to attend is the first step in investing in your future. There are several
Tweet Need to Finalize Your Housing Arrangements Check with your college for your on-campus living arrangements or make arrangements to live off-campus. For on-campus: check with your college of choice.
Tweet Quick Review June begins. Review this checklist for items that should be completed at this time in your college planning process. If you have accepted admission to your college
Tweet Review Your Financial Award You should receive your "Financial Award Package" with information on your qualifying financial aid from each school that you have been admitted. The "Financial Award
Tweet Advanced Placement Sit for the Advanced Placement Exams or the CLEP tests to test out of subject areas you had in high school. This avoids from having to take
Tweet Finding that Summer Job Use the summer to raise money you will need for college. Money earned can be used for tuition, housing, transportation and for fun entertainment. If
Consider taking and preparing for the Advanced Placement Exams or CLEP tests, if applicable. This allows you to test out of some college courses that can save you time and money.
If you ask a school student about what they look forward to in life, the answer will always be "College" with an exclamation mark. "A small step for man but a giant step for mankind" could have been said about entering college life too.
Your shopping is done and your bags are nearly packed. In a matter of days you will take to the road and head off to college.
Tweet Students may be told by teachers, parents, and guidance counselors that the only way to succeed in life is through a college degree. Though a bachelor’s degree is a