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!
St. Kates is a very small all womens private college, but I believe they stand true to their model of “Educating women to lead and influence”.
My favorite thing about Spelman College is the sisterhood. My Spelman sisters inspire me daily to be a better student and woman.
While being a student at UDC, I have developed a lot of skills such as interpersonal skills, computer literacy, critical thinking and written/ oral communication skills that will help me further my education and to become a better person off campus.
All of my professors have been on or are on Broadway or worked at Equity Theaters. I’ve learned so much in a short period of time, I can’t wait to see how much I’ll grow by the time I graduate.
Sweet Briar has a gorgeous campus. We have many trails and spots around campus to enjoy being outside.
Being an LGBT(+) person in college can be an incredibly isolating experience, in particular, for trans or gender non conforming individuals. College is a time that many people take as an opportunity to start fresh.
If you ask some of my closest friends at Cornell what LinkedIn means to me, they may tell you that LinkedIn and I are yin and yang, cosmo and wanda, two peas in a pod.
The small class sizes and connection between students, staff, and alumni is amazing and it always feels like there will be someone on your side no matter what!
Wellesley College has definitely been one of the best experiences of my life. Everyone bashes on the dining hall here but compared to Harvard we have it pretty good.