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!
Although at first, I was hesitant about where I should go to college, I can now say I made the right decision by choosing K-State.
I have been at ISU all four years of my college experience. ISU has its pros and cons. Let’s start with the pros. The way that they cater to the students is great but it can also feel like you aren’t getting the best help if you are a student in the minority.
Competition. Contesting. Stressful. Difficult. Complex. Taxing. Rough. I asked a few of my friends at Cornell to describe their academic livelihoods in one word, and these seven words were the most common.
When deciding where to go to college, you want to look for that home away from home feeling. NIU was exactly that place for me.
The reading section of the SAT is apparently meant to “assess how ready you are to read and interpret the kinds of texts you’re likely to encounter in college and career.” Not only is it one of the most dreaded, but students also tend to find it one of the most difficult.
Honestly, I can say that my first year as a college student didn’t go how I expected it to. I thought I was going to enjoy my first year here at UL but unfortunately, I didn’t.
La Salle University is a really nice campus and you have many opportunities to interact with others. We have events like Late Night La Salle, Our LLC’s (Living Learning Communities), different events in the dorms, and many more. You also have the chance to get jobs or internships through La Salle.
DePaul has been an amazing experience so far and feels like my second home. Through my time living in the dorm, I have been able to meet so many new friends that have had a profound impact on my life.
Worcester State University is a great place to go to college. I have met some of my best friends here while getting an amazing education. It feels like you are living in a little community.