What an exciting team this must be for you as you hear from universities and colleges about acceptance! For some the news is great; you got into the schools of your choice but now have the daunting task of deciding what school to begin your collegiate career. This is a big decision that needs to be given thoughtful consideration and I’ll highlight later on in this blog some steps you can take to make the decision process more manageable. Next, there are those students who got into several of the schools they applied to but unfortunately not your top two or three schools.
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Congratulations! This is a very exciting time in the life of a high school senior. At this point you have likely already taken the SATs and put your college applications in the mail but you’re probably wondering what’s next? The looming question every student will face at some point during the process is “how am I going to pay for school?” While some students are fortunate enough to have a means for paying for college with savings from their parents or part-time jobs, a majority of students will need to find additional resources to help pay for their undergraduate education.
As a high school student, there are a lot of things that are on your mind, especially as the school year is just getting underway: new classes, new teachers, new schedules, new students, and most importantly, new challenges. High school is the time where you discover so much about yourself and begin to learn where you may want to take the next steps after you finish high school. That in and of it itself, can be a source of uncertainty, but it doesn’t have to be. There are so many resources available to you and now is the time to begin to take advantage of them.