Starting your college search can seem daunting – like any first step toward an important goal can be. There are so many universities, so many subjects to study, and so many people talking about the complicated college application process. If you’re overwhelmed, try starting with yourself first. Once you pinpoint what you want your university … Continue reading How to begin your college search
Sophomores and juniors in high school have so much to do. You’re reading, writing, problem-solving, creating, collaborating and practicing, all while you’re spending time with friends and family and trying to figure out what you care about most. When you start thinking about applying to college, you may wonder about the role activities play in … Continue reading What are extracurricular activities for?
Creative people pursue all sorts of careers, from the arts to engineering. If you consider yourself a person who likes to think with all of your senses, is inspired by sound, color, or design, and is excited by integrating creativity with technology – these majors may be your calling. Digital and Media Arts What? Whether … Continue reading The best college majors for creative students
If you’re a high school student who wants to make the most of your summer, there are many excellent opportunities and programs to consider. So many, in fact, that it can be difficult to figure out which to pursue. First, think about your goals and ask yourself: How much time can I devote to a … Continue reading How to select a summer program
If you applied Early Decision (ED) or Early Action (EA), you’re likely living in anticipation – going about your day you suddenly think, “someone may be reading my application right now.” Soon, notifications will be sent and the suspense will finally end. You’ve put a great deal of time and energy into your college search … Continue reading Keeping Perspective – Early Decision & Early Action Notification