Ah, a new school year will begin very soon! As you go into the new school year feeling refreshed (hopefully!), recharged, and ready to go, you may be thinking about the clubs and organizations you want to become (more) involved in. Now is the perfect time to discover or further develop your passion! Colleges love to see students who are dedicated and involved in activities outside the classroom. So whether it is a sport, drama club, a volunteer organization, or Biology club – get involved now! Joining a team, club, or organization is also a great way to gain experience in the areas of study that you are thinking about pursuing in college and beyond. So, as you think about where you want to spend your time outside of the classroom, it’s great to keep in mind where you will take that passion 1 year from now, 5 years from now, 10 years from now! Whether you’ll be in the lab developing a cure for cancer, on stage rocking it out with your band, walking through campus at your dream school, or backpacking around the world, we would love to know what your future looks like! Enter our Be Your Future Selfie contest and show us where you will be in 5 years. You could win a MacBook Air! It’s simple, just snap a selfie and submit your entry here. Good luck with Back to School and discovering your Future Selfie!
Here are some of the latest, most interesting headlines about the college admissions process from media outlets across the country. Starting off…have a good read! And continue having a great summer!
Off to college in just a month or two? Currently filling out your college applications? One of the questions that students spend a lot of time thinking about as they prepare to go to college is “What will my major be?” And, it’s a great question! What you study in college and major in will impact not only your time while in college but also what you plan to do post-college. To make choosing a bit easier, we have narrowed down the top 5 ways to pick the right college major for you!
Here are some of the latest, most interesting headlines about the college admissions process from media outlets across the country. Starting off…have a good read!
A college admissions counselor at an elite high school asked college admissions deans and high school counselors to send him recommendations of books that are great summer reads for parents, students and everybody else. Check out the unusual list. (The Washington Post)
Yes, academics in college are very important – that is the reason we all go to college, isn’t it?! But, you will not just be attending classes while at college. You will be living on campus as well.
Out to discover the college of your dreams this summer? Whether you are flying out to visit a few schools or taking a cross country road trip to visit colleges around the country, we have the Top 10 things you need to do to make the most of your college visits.
Congratulations! You survived your first year of high school. You are now a sophomore and as a sophomore you will embark on a new journey come this fall. I like to consider sophomore year as the year of exploration. You are still getting to know your school and learning about the classes you can take, but don’t have to apply to college just yet. Just because you’re not applying doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start thinking about and preparing for college.
On your way to college in just a few short months?! You are about to start an amazing journey. While you relax the summer before you start college, here is our list of Top Ten Must Do’s before you trade in your hometown for your college campus.
Here are some of the latest, most interesting headlines about the college admissions process from media outlets across the country. Starting off…a college degree is so worth it.
A new set of income statistics asserts that college is worth it…big time. In fact, a four-year degree has probably never been more valuable that it is now. (The New York Times)
Senior year is winding down and your freshman year in college will start in a few months! The summer will be filled with graduation parties, good-byes to high school friends, enjoying your hometown, and of course – shopping for college must haves!