There are a myriad of issues that come up in the process of finding the right college for each student. Here are links to a few of the many topics that might be worthwhile to consider.
Many students don’t worry about or consider campus safety until that first night walking alone through a dark campus. Mom and dad were right; there are some campus safety issues you should consider before choosing a college.
In an effort to admit as many students as possible some colleges practice delayed admission where your admission won’t begin until the second term. Here are some of the issues that you need to consider regarding delayed admissions.
For some students taking a gap year between high school and college can help their admissions chances. Who needs to consider a gap year and what should be done during that time?
One of the hot topics in admissions is what happens if your online personality on Facebook or Twitter are not quite what you want to portray in your college application. Does it make a difference?
Thinking about slacking off senior year once those acceptance letters are rolling in? Think again.
Study abroad programs have been popular for years in many parts of the country and are gaining popularity elsewhere. Do you know what to consider in looking at study abroad programs?
Summer programs for high school students can be a wonderful time for learning and exploration. But do you need to participate in a summer program if you are considering one of the most selective colleges?
The dreaded wait list. What can you do to improve your chances of getting off the wait list and onto campus?
If you are a man, this topic isn’t for you. But if you are a woman, don’t be too quick to say “NO WAY”. Women’s colleges have a number of advantages.