Even as a college student, it’s sometimes difficult to understand what certain majors actually entail – both in terms of classes and what they mean career-wise.
Colleges on the quarter system start in mid-September and end in mid-June whereas those on the semester system start in mid-August and end in mid-May.
Summer is the perfect time to check some college visits off your list. Figuring out which schools to visit along with the entire college application process can be stressful. I know it definitely was for me.
Whether you’re out to your entire school or you’re still figuring out your identity, one thing is certain: the college admissions process is nerve-wracking.
CLEP stands for College-Level Examination Program, a program by the College Board that allows students to test their knowledge of introductory college-level courses through an examination that can go towards earning college credit.
So, the College Application Process (CAP) has started and you are utterly lost on how to begin. You’ve heard so many horror stories about how daunting it can be and how all you’re going to be feeling is stress.
If you are also anxious about the return of an in-person academic life, here are a few tips and tricks I curated during my first contact with going to college in-person.
I was coming from Alabama to Pennsylvania, so I definitely experienced some culture shock. Additionally, I am the oldest sibling, so there was no one before me moving away.
You probably have already done a research project and did not even realize it. I was first introduced to how to do research in high school, so after finding what worked best for me, I wanted to share my process to make the project less daunting and more fun.