Timely tips about the college search and application process, courtesy of the Franklin & Marshall College Office of Admission
This month, we’ll provide you with some helpful tips on successfully navigating the final stages of the college application process. Never underestimate the importance of being organized, following up, and finishing strong!
The most successful college applicants aren’t just submitting an online application and waiting for a decision. They are reaching out to colleges and communicating their strengths as an applicant. Be a visible applicant, and reach out to the admission office!
At F&M, we want to help demystify the Early Decision (ED) option so you can make the right choice for you and your family. Here are some tips to help you determine if Early Decision is right for you.
The Letter of Recommendation is an important way for colleges to verify you are a strong student and have the intangible qualities for future academic success. This month, we help you submit letters of recommendation that will have the greatest impact.
A college interview is a great way to showcase your strengths as an applicant. It also allows a college to get to know “the real you.” This month, we’ll give you some tips on how to make a great impression and maximize the interview experience.
Why is it that merely mentioning “college essay” strikes fear in the hearts of high school seniors? This month, we’ll help you break down the writing process into manageable steps and help take the stress out of it.
Family members can be a helpful resource in the college application process, but they can also be a distraction. This month's Dip Tip will help you and your family work together to get the most out of your collective efforts.
A campus visit is a great way to learn if a college is a good match for you. This month, we'll give you some tips on how to maximize your college visit experience. If you can't visit, we'll also detail ways to gain in-depth knowledge about a college from home.