Direct admissions is all about colleges coming to students instead of the other way around. If a college knows they would welcome a student like you based on your grades and other credentials, you shouldn’t have to bend over backwards to get in.
The agreement is a partnership between a select number of public and private 4-year universities and community colleges where those graduating with their Associate’s Degree can transition into a university and receive their Bachelor’s Degree. 31 states have colleges participating in this agreement.
Having gone through many auditions and college applications as a music and science major, I have learned quite a few things to help me through the process whilst being a first generation college student.
The ACT is a big deal. While many schools remain test optional after their initial movement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is still a vital part of the academic component in college application for most prestigious colleges.
Big tests can be incredibly stressful! From AP exams to SATs to ACTs, students often experience testing day anxiety. I know I did, so here are a few tricks that helped me feel more confident the day of testing.
Well, there are many benefits to applying to college early. Applying Early Decision or Early Action to a school will get you your decision back faster.
On August 1, the Common Application (Common App) went live. As someone who is looking to apply to earn an undergraduate, higher educational degree at a higher educational institution, this is the article for you.
While a general rule of thumb is that it’s best to ask in person, I’ll show you how to write an amazing recommendation letter request.
“Why this college” essays are designed for students to demonstrate their interest and passion for the school community they are applying to. It allows admission officers to picture the student on campus.