This time of year finds many high school seniors in the midst of college applications. For those already receiving acceptances, it’s decision time. What should students consider in choosing their college? Here are a few tips.
- Type – Is focus put on undergraduate or graduate programs? Some schools with grad programs allow these students more hands- on instruction since they will soon be “out in the real wordl.” Are they public or private?
- Student Population – Larger colleges and universities may have a greater diversity of students regarding ethnic, social and financial backgrounds.
- Majors and Requirements – If a student has chosen a career path then the college should be one that will prepare him for that particular field. If major is undeclared at present, choose a school with many options.
- Activities and Special Programs – If there is interest in studying abroad, being editor of the newspaper or joining the dance troupe, the student should be sure that her college choice offers these opportunities.
- Gut Feeling – Do what feels right!
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