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  • Good preparation cuts hassle and anxiety

    Good preparation cuts hassle and anxiety

      As a senior in high school, every time I hear the word “college,” an endless list of…

    by Luke Beavers
    Posted March 04, 2014
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  • Making plans for military, college options

    Making plans for military, college options

    I believe that in life I fit in a relatively eccentric category. Now I’m not bragging, but I am…

    by Aaron Blume
    Posted December 16, 2013
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  • College:  Weighing academic rigor, cost and job placement

    College: Weighing academic rigor, cost and job placement

      As I think about life after high school and the decisions ahead, the most important thing…

    by Drew Bierwirth
    Posted December 16, 2013
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  • Weighing majors, volleyball and happiness

    Weighing majors, volleyball and happiness

      I am not exactly sure where I would like to go to college, but I have requirements,…

    by Alexsys Hornsby
    Posted December 16, 2013
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  • Location, atmosphere and fit figure in choice

    Location, atmosphere and fit figure in choice

      When thinking about college and making future decisions, it is very easy for me to get…

    by Rachel Schaub
    Posted December 16, 2013
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  • Growing Toward College

    Growing Toward College

    As we all know, a senior has a lot of responsibilities before he or she leaves and goes off to college. There are sacrifices, risks, and also areas to improve before we can actually say we are ready for college. I have a few main areas where I need to grow to be prepared for my next step after graduation.

    by Ashley Alexander
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • I Know I want in a College – But will My College want Me?

    I Know I want in a College – But will My College want Me?

    Okay, college. That’s the goal. Actually, that’s more of a necessity.

    I know that I want to go to college, and I’m pretty sure I want to become a journalist and/or lawyer, so that, of course, requires a college degree. But what college? And how will I get there? Those are my main dilemmas.

    by Jelani Hayes
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Making My Decision

    Making My Decision

    Last year when I was searching and yearning for the perfect college, the idyllic Hogwarts-esque institution of my imagination, I guess you could say I had three priorities: running, college-touring, and school (Those last two were interchangeable with reading and hanging out with friends, depending on my mood.).

    by Sara Gervais
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Making My First Big Decision

     

    "The choices we make dictate who we are.” I don’t remember who said that, but I’m pretty sure it was from a movie, and knowing my track record, it probably had Adam Sandler in it.

    Up until this point I have not been responsible for any real, major decisions regarding myself or my life.

    Where I’ve gone to school, what sports I’ve participated in, where I work, who I hang out with and date, even what classes I’ve taken have all been approved, if not chosen, by my parents.

    So when it came time for me to make one decision for myself (where to go to college), I freaked out. I didn’t know what atmosphere made me feel most comfortable. I didn’t know what level of selectivity I wanted my school to have. I didn’t know what I, with help from my parents, could afford in student loans.

    by Marais Jacon-Duffy
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Senior year is a time to have fun, make memories that will last a lifetime, and of course, spend countless hours applying to the colleges of your dreams. Although the application process may be very time consuming, it will definitely help if you go into it knowing what you want for yourself.

    For example: Size? Location? Major? All of those factors and many more will play into your decision process, helping you along the way.

    As for myself, I think I have a pretty good idea of my priorities when looking for a school. They are: Reputation of the college/ university, my field of interest, and school community.

    by Makenzie Thiel
    Posted September 15, 2013
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