The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted several significant changes to college admissions. Only time will tell if they are just temporary or permanent – but we are certain at least some of these new trends are here to stay.
Although the application deadline for most colleges and universities is either January 1 or January 15, this is not true across the board. Several colleges accept applications after this date, meaning that students can further expand their options by applying to any of the great colleges with deadlines that fall later in the year.
For the first time ever, the government has published very valuable financial information about college graduates in a new College Scorecard, which reveals average student debt levels and income.
With spring officially here, summertime is now, finally, just around the corner. For most students, the warmer weather signifies a break from studying and a chance to unwind. Although it’s true that the summer holidays are a good opportunity to recharge before another busy academic year, students should use their time outside the classroom to […]
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