Exploring College Options will be visiting the Los Angeles area during May. This is an opportunity to attend an evening of presentations from each of these universities, learn what they look for in their applicants, what distinctive programs they offer, and lots of other college-related information. Sign up in advance as these presentations often fill up.
Some financial aid letters can be difficult to understand. Here are some helpful tips to compare your financial aid among the colleges to which you have been admitted.
Many high school seniors are trying to decide which college to attend. Making this decision can sometimes feel overwhelming, especially now that students are probably on waiting lists as well. This article may help put everything into its proper perspective.
Here is an interesting article about public flagship universities and their percentage of out-of-state students. Those of us in California know that many of our students opt for schools like Indiana University, University of Oregon, University of Colorado, Boulder, and others.
The acceptance rate for the University of Southern California has dropped to an all-time low of 13%.
Those of us in California know that the UC's and many Cal State campuses have been using waiting lists for years. And, we never know how many students will receive an offer after opting to be on the wait list. Waiting lists seem to be a trend across the country. Here is an article from Inside Higher Ed.