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You are a senior about to graduate high school. You can go anywhere. Do anything. But before you get ahead of yourself, it’s good to do your research. You don’t want to apply to a college, move across the state and end up finding out that particular university doesn’t have the program you want to study.

Doing research will save you time and money in the long run. So, begin by asking yourself a few basic questions like: Do I want to stay close or move far away? What programs am I interested in? What do I like to do? What kind of environment do I prefer? What is my financial status?

These questions will help narrow your options as you begin researching different colleges or universities. Representatives from various colleges will be at your high school throughout the week. Ask them questions. By researching different colleges, you can make an educated decision on which colleges you want to apply for.

Shalee Hiskey
  • Shalee Hiskey