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Trading your rural roots for a college in the city can be quite a shock to the system. Niche ambassador Heidi Temple shares what she learn when she left rural Pennsylvania for an Ivy League college.
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Ivy League schools are historically considered to be only available to the wealthy. Not true. First-gen and low-income student Heidi Temple shares her experience getting admitted to Princeton and what life has been like her first year there.
Three things to do before, during and after the college application process that you may not realize.
Online learning serves its purpose well enough, but its many disadvantages make the experience less than ideal for those yearning for a traditional freshman year (or any year, really) at college.
When you’re already stretched thin and roughing it on your own for the first time, it’s pretty common to face financial woes. You may even have to sacrifice certain luxuries you were used to just to come up with enough cash to cover the basics. The scramble can be unnerving and yet rewarding.
It was definitely not your typical college freshman experience, but it helped me grow in ways I wouldn’t have imagined. I solidified my cooking skills, improved my budgeting and learned better time management skills.