The college application process can be incredibly stressful. From campus tours to letters of recommendation to essays, you have a lot to keep track of. With so much to do, it’s hard to know where or when to start!
There is a great support system and a lot of different resources to turn to at any time of struggle or need. The staff here makes sure you have a good experience and are helping with your every need.
I’ve moved around my whole life so I’ve had some experiences in both small and big schools. After graduating High School in a very small town in Massachusetts, I knew I wanted to go to a big University. It also helped that most of my family either went to UMass Amherst or one of the five colleges.
I came to BYU back in June as the summer semester is required for incoming freshman athletes. I’m grateful for that because it gave me some time to adjust to college course loads and learn the campus before the full student body was here.
Big tests can be incredibly stressful! From AP exams to SATs to ACTs, students often experience testing day anxiety. I know I did, so here are a few tricks that helped me feel more confident the day of testing.
Overall my experience at Regent has been amazing with the fellowship in Christ-minded environment and it feels so nice and easy to feel comfortable here.
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. This is a common expression indicating that developing social connections with the people you meet is beneficial, but does this saying hold any truth?
Well, there are many benefits to applying to college early. Applying Early Decision or Early Action to a school will get you your decision back faster.
My experience in the classroom has been great here at ODU because of the positive atmosphere among students and faculty. Being at a college with such a small number of students has really helped me because of the bond I’ve been able to make with my professors.
There are educational institutions that present a similar path to financial independence and stability that university offers, but without putting you in a significant amount of debt.