By Wiener Douyon, CollegeFindMe Intern
For this week’s edition of blogs, we are writing a blog on meal plans, after hearing some of you ask what the different terms mean.
When it comes to college meal plans, there are a lot of different options out there. Brochures and websites for colleges may use terms that a meal plan rookie won’t recognize, and each school will likely have a different combination of options. Here are the basics of meal plans, including commonly used terms.
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Fly-in programs are one of the best opportunities that a college provides for students to really get to know the campus. Here are some colleges that provide such programs and their application deadlines!
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By Simarn Regmi
I was in Costa Rica, my phone was on 1%, and the wifi was terrible, yet I was scrambling to check my email. I heard that Brandeis released admission decisions and I was eager to find out. I had been disconnected from the internet ever since I had left the capital to go to the Osa Peninsula. My heart was beating really fast and I was nervous because who wouldn’t be?
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Based on U.S. News rankings that take an institution’s academic rigor, financial generosity, and opportunities provided to its students, the top five colleges in Arizona are: Arizona Christian University, Prescott College, Arizona State University-Tempe, and University of Arizona.
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Have you always wanted to wear a pair of cowboy boots and bask in the glaring sun while eating a peach in the Iodine state? Well then you should think about going down to South Carolina for college!
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By Osin Ghimire, a high school intern
By the title you probably can guess that I am going to be talking about junior year and yes you are correct. With a new school year ahead of you and thinking about college plus balancing academics and extracurriculars, you have a very full plate!
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By Osin Ghimire, a high school student intern at CollegeFindMe
From the moment my mom drove up to the hill, I knew. Instantly I could feel that chill of excitement as I started going up the stairs of Dinand Library with my best friend beside me. Following along the path of other students who came to attend the open house, I looked around and took in the beauty of the campus.
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Recently we held a webinar that involved colleges discussing their entry requirements for international students. These colleges all come from a variety of backgrounds and unique opportunities which is why we wanted to highlight some of the best parts of attending these colleges!
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Recently we held a webinar that involved colleges discussing their entry requirements for international students. These colleges all come from a variety of backgrounds and offer unique opportunities which is why we wanted to highlight what sets them apart from the rest! Check out the college fun facts below.
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By high school intern, Simarn Regmi
Hey everyone, its intern number 3,234 haha, just kidding. After finally applying to my dream school and some early deadline colleges, I FEEL GOOD. I say that one minute and then quickly realize I spoke too soon considering the workload I get from my three AP classes this semester. However, I did take a break from college stuff for about two weeks, and I think you all should take one too. Yes, you should work on college applications and have your grades in tip top shape, but in no way does that mean you should put your needs aside as a human being and neglect your physical and mental health. Often, I find myself trying to do it all, striving for perfection, but you have to set aside time for self care.
Here’s some ways I tend to de-stress and relax:
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