Get next steps for any college admission decision. Whether you were accepted, rejected, waitlisted, or deferred, we have some tips for your next move.
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Your financial aid award package is only an offer. If you require more aid, you may decide to appeal your award.
If you're worried about the cost of tuition at your dream school, consider starting at a community college.
A college's price tag will rarely be the amount you pay. Find out when you should pay attention to the cost of college, and when you should ignore it.
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Learn how to pick the high school classes and electives that colleges look for on your college applications. We’ve got tips for each year in high school.
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Don’t forget the basics—what you need to bring with you to final exams! Use this handy checklist and ace all your finals.
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Everything you need to know about college majors and how to choose a major that's right for you.
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It’s never too late to begin or return to college. Follow these tips from the Columbia University School of General Studies for making the transition.