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How to Choose a College (webinar)
Transcript of How to Choose a College (webinar)
How to Choose YOUR College!
Comparing & Contrasting Financial Aid Offers
Which financial aid offer should you accept?
Sample Financial Aid Package
You can appeal your financial aid package!
Still not sure?
What might be in your financial aid package?
Use the Hub Budget Builder
-Best financial aid package?
-Are loans needed?
-Consider overall debt
-Where do YOU want to go?
-Imagine yourself on campus
-Can you handle the weather?
-Can you handle the distance...or the closeness?
-You want to have fun in college!
-On campus events
-How many students get jobs after they graduate?
Once you choose
Submit SIR & pay deposit
Submit housing application and housing deposit
Check your portal & email daily
Keep your grades up! Apply to scholarships
Join Admitted student Facebook groups
Research each campus' website
Attend admitted student events
Visit campus or take virtual tours
Talk to current students!
**What do they do for fun?
**Do they enjoy their classes?
**What do most students do on weekends?
Let's talk MAJORS
If your major is
and the college does not offer it, you may need to consider a different college
If your major is
and the college does not offer it, you may want to consider an alternate major!
Marketing -> communications, psychology, media studies
Business -> economics
Criminal Justice -> sociology, urban studies, psychology
Pre-med -> biology, public health
Pre-law -> philosophy, political science
Your major does not determine your future
Most adults are not working in a field that relates to their major
Potential employers care more about your experience than your major