The college application process can be incredibly stressful. From campus tours to letters of recommendation to essays, you have a lot to keep track of. With so much to do, it’s hard to know where or when to start!
As a first-generation, low-income, independent, and lgbtqia+ identifying student, CSUMB has been an amazing option that has provided me many resources and opportunities to thrive academically, professionally, and personally.
The reason I chose to continue pursing my education at Central is because it’s known for its diversity💙🤍
After visiting Villanova with my sister my sophomore year of high school there was just something that stuck with me.
I chose this school in specific because of the competitive atmosphere, supportive teachers, and the ability to not only pursue my career but study at the same time.
Going to Pratt and being surrounded by other people who are also focused on fashion has been such a nice addition to my creative community. Seeing how other people work and what they create has been enlightening and inspiring.
I fell in love with the beauty and quirkiness that the state of Rhode Island and the URI campus offers.
One of the most meaningful experiences of college for me so far has been joining my campus’s mock trial program. The people on my mock trial team have truly become like family to me and I could not imagine my life without them.
A mentor once told me, “If there is anything in life to be selfish about, it is your own education.” Your college decision is a prime example of that.
Now that we are (actually) going to college, and Zoom life is gone for now (thank God!), making sure that you are safe around campus is crucial.