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When finding a college, do your research and be informed about all stages of college: applying, attending, and post-graduate ...
When finding a college, do your research and be informed about all stages of college: applying, attending, and post-graduate life. Make sure that you can afford college and try to take out as little loans as possible. Also, make sure that the college you attend prepares you for a job or graduate school after you obtain your undergraduate degree. Make sure your college offers things that you enjoy doing or really want to do, such as theatre, music, sports, studying abroad, etc. Attend a college where you have some freedom in the classes you take. Allow yourself to take a class solely because you would enjoy it. That way class will not always seem to be a burden but also enjoyable. Find the college that suits you best and you will be able to make the most of it. If you like small settings, choose a small college. If you are very social and do not need one-on-one attention from professors, choose a large school. Lastly, make sure when you are attending college you do not take for granted having friends in such close proximity. No time in your life will that happen again.
The cost. I am severely in debt.
An academic-minded intellectual that wants to be challenged and grow as a person also has a lot of money for college.
Really figure out who you are and what you are looking for in a college. A small college? A large university? A city or the ...
Really figure out who you are and what you are looking for in a college. A small college? A large university? A city or the country? Lots of extracurricular activities? Close or far from home? The questions are endless, but each and every one is important. Once you've decided what you really want, start researching different universities. Searching online, as well as visiting an adviser at your high school, are the best places to start. Then apply to the schools and wait for the results. Once you pick where you will ultimately go, get excited! College is a wonderful time, where you will learn some incredible things in all areas of study, as well as make friends for life. Go to lectures and artistic performances outside of class. Broaden your horizons by getting involved with sports teams or extracurricular clubs. Make friends. And take charge of your education by reaching for the stars. College puts a world of knowledge at your fingertips, knowledge that can be used to make the world, and your life, a much better place. Learn as much as you can. And love every minute of it. The education is yours for the taking.
Someone who wishes to grow and is not afraid to take risks and think outside the box.
A person who is not tolerant of other people's beliefs.
While money shouldn't be the key factor in one's decision, it should be an important one. Once you're at college, make the most of the opportunity. You'll never experience another one quite like it. Be careful with the cafeteria food. Just because it's served buffet style, doesn't mean you need to "eat our money's worth."
The environment. Messiah is such a community focused college. Everyone is more friendly there than the ohter schools I have attended.
christian school that is committed to embracing diversity and different perspectives on an institutional level that is not al...
christian school that is committed to embracing diversity and different perspectives on an institutional level that is not always played out in the every day.
I would say that parents need to allow their son or daughter the chance to arrive at their own conclusions regarding their college choice. The best kind of support is to ask questions that will guide their son or daughter towards having a better understanding of what they want out of their education. Parents should have an open mind and validate all of the feelings that their son or daughter processes through on their journey towards choosing a college as well as exploring options once they arrive. Some advice for students would be to relax and avoid feeling overly stressed out about the situation. Don't make decisions about your future under pressure - after all, it's your future. You're going to be okay, just take your time and consider all options. Don't choose a school entirely based on cost, because the best school for you may appear to be more expensive than you'd like, but you can't put a price on the best college experience. Get involved as soon as you arrive on campus, and surround yourself with supportive, positive people. You have control over your circumstances in college, so make it what you want.
someone willing to be immersed in a culture without much diversity, but seeks to challenge it by becoming a part of it yet living differently from the norm.
It is small enough that you get great interactions with the professors but large enough to have great resources, especially s...
It is small enough that you get great interactions with the professors but large enough to have great resources, especially since it is so close to Harrisburg.
Find a college you like, you are going to be spending four years there! But also SERIOUSLY take into consideration the finances, I think that if I could have done it over I would have done a 2-year college and then transfered. I didn't know much about loans and didn't have a good idea of money. I wish I had. Other than that, don't take yourself too seriously. So many people I know have changed their major more than once. College is the time to discover yourself- your likes, dislikes, talents, and challenges. Know that the emotions, fears, anxieties, and excitements you feel are totally normal! Embrace them!
Probably the fact that it cost so much, which I didn't even really understand until it was too late.
Go onto campus where you or your young ones want to go and get a feel of the community. If that's where you feel comfortable,...
Go onto campus where you or your young ones want to go and get a feel of the community. If that's where you feel comfortable, and if the price is right, go for it.
The professors. They really care about their students and are not afriad to show it.
Anyone willing to learn and grow with God while experiencing new plateaus
Anabaptist liberal faculty with an ultra conservatice student body.
Anabaptist liberal faculty with an ultra conservatice student body.
2 years community college 2 years at the best school you can find
Stupid gen eds
A loving Christian family.
A loving Christian family.
Definitely prayer is an important thing to use. Look at a large variety of schools, and see what seems to fit best with your own personality. Sometimes you're right, and other times you're wrong. Belonging to a school that has a similar faith to the one that you practice is very helpful. It allows students and faculty to help and understand each other since we experience and struggle with the same things in life. Remember to let God have a role in the decision making and he will bless you.
The friendliness of the students here and the real school pride that everyone has. It is a wonderful, accepting Christian environment.
They tend to be intellectual, although most of them are quiet so classroom discussions often take place more between like 6 o...
They tend to be intellectual, although most of them are quiet so classroom discussions often take place more between like 6 or 7 people rather than the entire class.
Most colleges have good proffs, most colleges have good programs and facilites... talk to the students about their own social experience and see if that fits, because really you want to make sure you can make friends here.
Well on weekends it's really quiet so bordem does set in...
I believe the most important aspect of the college selection process is an overnight visit. You need to be able to see yours...
I believe the most important aspect of the college selection process is an overnight visit. You need to be able to see yourself attending the college, grabbing a snack at the student union, studying in a corner of the library, and relaxing in a floor lounge. If you feel comfortable with the environment, with the other students and the professors, then you just know if you belong at a particular school. Once you choose your college, develop a healthy sense of pride in your institution. Buy a couple sweatshirts, attend the sporting events, and volunteer in local ministries. Play a sport - whether varsity or recreational, play a musical instrument - whether it be the electric guitar or the recorder. Be a friendly face on your floor; when in your room, always leave your door open and remember to keep a jar of candy on your desk for sharing with visitors. Becoming an integral part of your campus is the best way to enhance your college experience.
It is so darn expensive over four years when the first year scholarships run out
Someone who wants a big bustling city life campus
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