College Prep

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    Campus Tour Checklist

    Campus Tour Checklist You can research college funding (grant, scholarship, and aid), graduation rates, student to professor ratios, tutorial support services, library services, and career placement assistance online or by calling the college or visiting a college’s website. How you really know you may like a college though, is by visiting the campus! Here is […]

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    Dorm Room Checklist

    Door Room Checklist: Tips to Living in College Dorms Preparing for college can be a thrilling experience, the moment you receive your acceptance letter you may become stricken with excitement and joy. While your parents may want to believe that this joy is stemmed from your academic plans for college, most of the times it […]

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    Freshmen Checklist

    Freshmen College Checklist You have a few years to go before going to college but there are a few items you can work on to be college ready. Review this high school freshmen college checklist to track your progress. Talk to your school counselor about your college aspirations. Your counselor can talk to you about […]

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    Junior Checklist

    High School Junior College Checklist Being proactive in your college preparation during your Junior year is a smart move. There are a few items you can start on this year to prepare you for next year. Talk to your school counselor. Make sure you are on track to graduate next year. Your guidance counselor should […]

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    Military Tuition Assistance

    Military Tuition Assistance Get Money for College through the Military Whether full-time or reserves, the military also offers tuition assistance and supplemental monthly income (called the GI Bill or the Post-9/11 GI Bill) when going to school. The Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA) Program is a benefit that pays up to 100% of tuition expenses […]

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    Nursing Degree Programs

    Which Nursing Degree is Right for You? There are various levels of nursing, each with different educational requirements. Listed are the levels of nursing up to a bachelor’s degree. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) A CNU education is only generally 6–18 weeks long. This is not a nurse, but a nurse assistant and you can become […]

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    Renters Checklist

    Renters Checklist Plan on Renting while in college? If the college you are attending does not include a dorm (many community colleges do not) or you simply wish to move into an apartment, here are a few items to consider. There are some benefits to renting. Renting could be less expensive than the college dorm […]

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    Senior Checklist

    High School Senior College Checklist Read this checklist and check out the other articles on the site. They cover financial aid, college research (that page is particularly useful), college scholarships, and even choosing college or the military. Keep doing good in school, especially in the 2nd semester. Colleges (and scholarships) still consider those grades. Enroll […]

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    Sophomore Checklist

    Sophomore Checklist Being proactive in your college preparation during your Sophomore year is a smart move. There are a few items you can start on this year to prepare you for next year. Talk to your school counselor. Your counselor can talk to you about the courses you are currently taking and the courses you […]