On Wednesday, Sept. 21, CollegeFindMe held their first annual conference: The Future of College Enrollment in the Digital Age. Students, Guidance Counselors and College Admissions Officers came together to discuss problems and solutions to the college enrollment process.
CollegeFindMe is back with our snapshot of colleges by region! This week the Great Plains are being featured.
University of Indiana at Bloomington
As the temperature drops, college applications are on the rise. Grab a mug of hot cider and settle in for CollegeFindMe’s snapshot of colleges all across the United States. Here we are featuring the Mid-Atlantic region!
Autumn is taking over America. There’s an explosion of flannel, hot cider and pumpkin spice latte’s, and with that comes college applications. CollegeFindMe is here to provide you with a snapshot of colleges all across the United States as you begin to explore the college application process. Our first featured region is New England! Stay tuned for more.
Columbia College – Columbia, SC
University of Alaska-Fairbanks
University of Denver
Although the tuition is one of the highest on this list, Denver’s curriculum is among the top when comparing the other thousands of universities. Several of the academic buildings are newly renovated and tremendous for student learning. The university has taken a environmental initiatives to protect our world and make it a cleaner place.
University of Idaho
If you’re looking for a college where you can explore the great outdoors, Idaho may be the place for you. With world-facilities and a great campus culture, students come together to do all sorts of activities. The university has programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. Idaho will tend to your every need during your stay at the university whether it’s research opportunities, internships or academic structure.
Montana State University
Montana wants to create an adventurous environment for students and give them an opportunity to work with the community. Through learning, discovery and responsibility, students excel in and out of the classroom while developing relationships with faculty members. Students have various options depending on the activities they’re interested in such as hiking, sports or even rodeo.
University of Utah
The University has a great mix between academics and athletics. Many students participate in sporting events whether its football games on saturdays or basketball games. Known for its innovation and creativity, students find what they’re most interested in through discovery and learning.
University of Wyoming
Students will often take trips to the well-known Yellowstone National Park because of its close proximity. With an undergraduate class of a little more than 10,000 students, there’s plenty of networking going on around campus. Whether it’s collaborating on a group project or sharing general thoughts, students are willing to connect with the community.
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