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!
I chose Oklahoma State University because it is an honor to go to the school with the brightest orange (go pokes) and I was easily able to transfer from Connors State College.
I always wanted to be in a sorority ever since I was little because I saw how much my sister loved it. It was such a great decision and now I have my forever home at Alpha Phi and bonds that will last a lifetime.
External pressure is a huge hurdle when deciding on where to go for college, and I feel like it’s especially easy to compare yourself with others with all our access to social media and the internet.
I’m Holly, a senior at the University of Maine studying behavioral and cognitive psychology with a minor in neuroscience!
But, through that program, I became interested in the criminology and criminal justice field. That summer was one of the best, and since then, I’ve wanted to go to the University of Maryland.
It is a very outdoorsy school which is always fun! I was able to go backpacking in Big Sur for free through CSUMB, which I have never done before.
That’s right, if you couldn’t have guessed it from the title or from the website you’re on, today we’re talking about the five most outrageous and, in my opinion, some of the best campus traditions.
I chose CCSU because it felt the most comfortable after taking many athletic college visits. I felt a sense of community and belonging on this campus that I had not felt anywhere else, and I knew this was the right place for me.
Clark Atlanta is a part of the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC), which is the oldest and largest association of HBCUs. Its history is rich, and the alumni are extremely inspiring, to say the least.