Your 3 Biggest Junior Year College Search Decisions

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 5/17/18 4:45 PM

Your 3 Biggest Junior Year College Search Decisions

With your first two years of high school behind you, it’s time to make your first serious decisions about college. Students really begin their college search in their junior year, and start thinking hard about what they want to do with the rest of their lives.

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Topics: Application Timeline, For High School Juniors

Here’s Your Junior Year College Search Timeline

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 5/10/18 4:45 PM

You look back on your freshman and sophomore years as ancient history. You're about to crush your Junior year classes like a boss. And as you do that, you can begin your college search in earnest.

But where should you be in your hunt for the perfect school? That's a great question—and we have some great answers. Check out this broad timeline for your college search as you head into 11th grade.

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Topics: Application Timeline, For High School Juniors

May Checklist for Juniors and Seniors

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 5/3/18 4:45 PM

May Checklist for Juniors and Seniors

Ah, May! For seniors, graduation is around the corner – and juniors can catch the sweet scent of summer vacation in the air. But despite the idyllic scene, everybody’s college future needs some care and attention before the summer. (But only a little bit, so you still have time to relax.)

Yes, this month has to-do items for everybody, even you graduating seniors. Take a look through the checklists below to stay current on everything. (And big congratulations to those of you graduating—well done!)

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Topics: For High School Juniors, For High School Seniors

April Checklist for Juniors and Seniors

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 4/5/18 4:45 PM

It was a long winter, but you made it. For seniors, graduation is only a couple of months away. For juniors, your senior year looks closer than ever. You worked hard on your college research and paperwork for the last few months. Good job — let’s keep that going.

There’s still work ahead to make your college dreams come true, but you can do it. We have faith in you. Let’s see what needs your attention during April.

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Topics: College Visits, Scholarships, For High School Juniors, College Tours, For High School Seniors

Your College Application Checklist for February 2018

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 1/25/18 4:45 PM

As a high school senior or rising junior, winter might seem like a good time to take a break from preparing for college. Fall is so far away, right? There's plenty of time to get everything researched, collected, organized, written, submitted, and followed-up... or maybe not.

Actually, fall be here before you know it. You’re already doing great with your college plans, so invest time on these cold winter nights to stay focused on reaching your goals.

Yes, things begin moving quickly in just a couple of months, but don’t worry. Use this checklist to help you stay on track and headed for the start of your college career. You can do this!

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Topics: For High School Juniors, For High School Seniors

Best of the Blog: Application Advice from a Real Admissions Team

Posted by IPFW Admissions Team on 1/11/18 4:45 PM

Admissions Dept.jpgThis post is part of the Best of the Blog series - focused information designed to help you get into the college of your dreams.

Doing your own research makes a big difference when searching for the right college or university. Whether you want scholarship info or you're preparing for the Common App, there’s a ton of information available online (and elsewhere!) to help you get your bearings. 

Then again, sometimes it’s really good to go straight to an experienced source.

That's why we sat down with the IPFW Admissions team to get their insider advice on making your college application stand out.

Q1: What’s the single most important thing to do before applying to a college?

A1: Visit campus! Sure, you can learn a lot about a school before you even set foot on campus, there’s no better way to get a real, first-hand feeling for a school than to see it yourself. Come prepared with lots of questions for everyone you see that day. Focus on things to ask the admissions team, students in your major, and your tour guide.

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Topics: Applying to College, For High School Juniors, For High School Seniors


 

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