College applications often ask students to choose a major or academic area of interest. Even if you’re undecided, there are ways to convey your academic motivation to colleges.
As you dive into the college application process, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. One of the best ways to approach the process is to set clear goals for yourself, and one of the best methods for doing this is to set SMART goals.
“Senioritis” — that all-too-common decline in motivation during senior year of high school — may not be a real disease, but it can have serious consequences.
Learn what’s meant by “open curriculum” and why you might want to look for a school that offers it.
Like to take things one at a time? Then a block plan college might be for you.
Application tips for computer science majors.
Admissions insights from the Director of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
How to get to know your college counselor.