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
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The summer flew by and somehow you’ve already started your senior year of high school – it feels important and you want to make the most of it. Then wham, you realize you didn’t spend enough time on your college applications this summer. Don’t panic! Spending a little time organizing will set you up to … Continue reading Overwhelmed by College Application Season?
Interested in studying engineering, but also see yourself in a smaller (fewer than 5,000 students) campus community with an undergraduate focus? Yes, that exists! Liberal arts colleges with engineering and engineering-focused colleges offer hands-on experiences, small class sizes, undergraduate research opportunities and close faculty interaction. Additional possibilities include the U.S. Military, Air Force and Naval … Continue reading Top Engineering Programs at Small Colleges
You are committed to being an active high school student. Now it’s time to tell your story. Whether you took part in a few activities or several, it’s likely each story is important to you. You’ve gone over all the details and revisited the milestones you reached. How could you possibly convey it all in … Continue reading How to make your activities standout on college applications
First, you don’t have to be a socially or politically liberal art enthusiast! All kinds of people study at LACs. In this context, “liberal” refers to wide-ranging, which means you will have the opportunity to explore many subjects and specialize in at least one major subject. While studying the arts is an option, you can … Continue reading What is a Liberal Arts College?