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!
What initially drew me to the school was the opportunity to continue my gymnastics career at the collegiate level. During my recruitment trip, I immediately felt welcomed by the @scmgym team.
IU offers many networking opportunities for students and help them develop a variety of skills. Because of all the opportunities they offer, I am able to learn, grow, and connect with people of different ethnicities.
I chose Oklahoma State because I am also involved in wrestling and I am on the wrestling team here. This is something that I love and I’ve been doing for a really long time and some of my best friends are on this team.
SF State has many things to offer but what hooked me the most is the student led organizing that made the school what it is.
I chose SBU because it was both close to home and I had heard about its amazing opportunities for their students.
I chose Sonoma State because I wanted a change of scenery. The campus is beautiful and the 15:1 student to faculty ratio in my program is something that interested me when applying.
One of the best experiences of being in Salem would definitely have to be Halloween. The spirit lives on, especially at Salem State where many of the students and professors get into the Halloween mood, dressing up and surprising students with treats.
When I was in high school, I had this misconception that maintaining my academic excellence and keeping good mental health were mutually exclusive.
You’re in high school gearing up for college, and the cost of tuition is still rising. Though this may feel like a doomsday scenario, there are plenty of ways you can tackle the cost of college without breaking the bank.