Why Getting Rejected from a College Was the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 2/7/17 5:00 PM

It’s the scenario that no college applicant (or parent) ever wants to consider: the admissions decision finally came, and it wasn’t the news you’d hoped for. Maybe you didn’t apply for many schools, or perhaps you simply couldn’t find the right one—either way, you’re at a crossroads.

Dealing with rejection is tough, especially when you’ve devoted so much time and energy into polishing your application, researching schools, and thinking about the future. But the most important thing to remember right now is that this isn’t the end of the world, and you still have options.

Even if your application was rejected, the time and willpower you put into applying to schools proves something: you’re resilient. You may not feel like it now, but you can turn this experience into a positive one—and maybe discover that this rejection was the best thing that ever happened to you.

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Topics: Applying to College, Dealing With Rejection




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