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!
You also may have the pressure of expectations. Will my stats be enough? Is this an environment somewhere I will be successful in? How will I pay for this?
Today, HBCUs produce some of the most leading African-Americans in varying professional fields and remain an important part of Black culture.
I chose Gonzaga because I wanted a school that had a great community and that had people that cared about the students. Before even stepping foot on campus, I was able to tell that Gonzaga was a school that offered that support to every individual.
Having all of these amazing people from all walks of life in this tiny town in the middle of Iowa, you really get to know people at their core in ways I’d previously never thought possible.
When it came to deciding where I wanted to go, I realized CNU was the best option—I wanted to live somewhere where I could genuinely start a new part of my life after living in the same area for my entire life.
Georgia Southern is helping me achieve my dreams because it is furthering my education and helping me become more financially disciplined and understanding of real-world situations.
Being a student athlete at Florida Atlantic University has brought me a lot of highs and lows, but it’s all a part of my journey and I’m grateful for every step. Senior year up next! Go owls
The professors at Villanova have always made themselves available and approachable, which was especially helpful as a freshman in 2019/2020 when the pandemic sent us home.
My decision to attend Coe College was because of it being out of state, the smaller class sizes, the internship opportunities, the many student services they offer, and because of my opportunity to play college soccer.