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Should I Attend Community College First?

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Most community colleges are two-year institutions. There are many reasons that attending community college for two years and then transferring to a 4-year university is a good idea. However, there may be a few circumstances in which choosing this path may not be beneficial for you. Understanding the benefits and downsides of attending community college …

What Makes a Good College Fit?

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One phrase you’ll see a lot of while searching for colleges is “good fit.” For example: “You want a school that’s a good fit for you.” “A good fit is more important than a brand name school.” But what exactly makes a “good fit?” What should you be looking for? Academic Match College is first …

What Is The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program?

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The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is one of eight programs that make up the Federal TRIO Programs. While the aim of all programs within the Federal TRIO Programs is to provide assistance and support to students from underrepresented sections of society, each program focuses on a different aspect. The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate …

FAQS About Study Abroad Programs

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Study abroad programs offer participants an irresistible combination of experiencing a new culture, and gaining a new global perspective, while at the same time obtaining a high-quality education. It opens your eyes to a whole new world out there. The type of experience and the quality of education you will get will depends on the …

When Do I Have to Declare a College Major?

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It seems that everybody has a different take on just when to declare a college major. Some say you should declare it right on your application, others say after freshman year. While each of those examples have their pros and cons, it begs the question: when do you have to declare? Declare Your College Major …

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