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five helpful websites for your college planning

five helpful websites for your college planning

Planning for college can be overwhelming. Where do you even begin? Here are five helpful websites that should make planning for college a little easier.

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college programs for military minds

college programs for military minds

The Military offers a wide variety of programs for pursuing a college education. Here's an overview of some of the programs offered.

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college access programs in your community

college access programs in your community

College access programs are nonprofit organizations that provide assistance to students who want to pursue education beyond high school.

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transitioning from a community college to a four-year school

transitioning from a community college to a four-year school

If you want to start out at a community college (or are already enrolled in one) and then transfer to a four-year school, make sure you have a plan. If you try to make the switch without mapping out your steps, then your transition will be harder.

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get to know your high school counselor

get to know your high school counselor

While your school counselor is there for you if you ever have a problem, he is also there to assist you with college planning. Be sure to make the most of your counselor's help.

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strengthen your academic skills

strengthen your academic skills

If you think your academic skills aren't quite up to speed for college, don't give up. You will find that a college degree is obtainable if you just take time to prepare yourself. Find the path that's right for you by following these tips.

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types of postsecondary schools

types of postsecondary schools

There are a variety of postsecondary schools from which to choose when you begin your college search. By researching the different types of schools, you will be able to make an informed decision about which one is right for you.

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tips for first generation college students

tips for first generation college students

Being the first person in your immediate family to attend a postsecondary institution may seem daunting. Without help from family members, you may not even know where to begin the college planning process, much less know what to expect once you get to college.

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going grad: is graduate school right for you?

going grad: is graduate school right for you?

If you are thinking about going to grad school after you obtain your bachelor's degree, keep in mind that graduate school isn't for everyone. The following should help you decide whether or not graduate school is right for you.

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college planning tips for underclassmen

college planning tips for underclassmen

Getting a head start on the college planning process will ensure that you meet most of the requirements of college admission by the time your senior year rolls around. Follow these college planning tips to put you at the head of the game.

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