Topics include switching the application type, reasons not to apply EA and ED, chances of acceptance, financial aid, and repercussions on not accepting an ED offer.…
By Andrew Carter    |
Learn about the typical number of colleges to apply to, early action and early decision deadlines, if financial aid comes with acceptance letters, who to ask for letters of recommendation, the best topics for college essays, and more. …
By Meredith Clement    |
Learn how many colleges to apply to, how to write the college essay, when college applications are due, how to create a resume, how to find colleges with no application fees, and when to apply for college. …
By Meredith Clement    |
Consider attributes you want in a school, majors you are interested in, and current GPA and test scores when building your college list. …
By Shaun Connolly    |
Learn what rolling admissions is, how the deadlines differ, why schools use it, and if the application requirements are the same. …
By Iris Godes, Shaun Connolly    |
Learn how to find a college that is strong for a particular major or interest, the average cost of a college application, when to start filling in the Common App, and how long the college essay should be. …
By Meredith Clement    |
Steps include submitting the application and transcripts, applying for financial aid, taking the academic skills assessment, meeting with an advisor, attending orientation, and showing proof of immunization. …
By Shaun Connolly    |
A Senior Associate Director of Admissions answers questions including how admissions offices handle missed or swapped classes, how students can be the best applicants, and how this year's deferrals may impact next year's admissions. …
By Andrew Carter    |
Three first-generation college students share how they chose a college, what they're most looking forward to in college, how COVID-19 has changed their process, and advice for other first-generation college students. …
By Ajea Stupart    |
Social media can be great for research, connecting with admitted students, and getting an authentic glimpse of campus life, but it's important to consider privacy and appropriateness as well. …
By Sara Calvert-Kubrom    |