preparation for college
Basic Life Skills Your Student Needs Before Going To College
College is a time where young adults go off into the “real world” and begin to become adults. There are many skills that we assume these young adults have, but they may not know how to apply them in their own environment. These skills may seem obvious to us, but in order to set our […]
Gearing Up For The Road Ahead
Gearing Up for the Road Ahead As you take steps towards college, work, consider what you value and design a process with few steps on how to get there. It is best to be ready for failures, for rejections, and to keep moving forward. In order to find the programs that will benefit you and […]
College Parents and College Admissions: How To Make the Most of Your Campus Visit
The college visit is an important part of the college admissions process, but parents may not be sure how best to participate in and maximize that visit. This article suggests some things parents should think about as they prepare for and make the college visit. According to VisitDays, about a quarter of campus visits by prospective students occur in April. So now is the time to consider how to make the most of your visit and how best to use your time on campus.
SAT Scores: Setting Goals – What SAT Score do I want (or need)?
"Desire is the key to motivation, but it's determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal - a commitment to excellence - that will enable you to attain the success you seek." - Mario Andretti
Eight Myths about Financial Aid
There is some common misunderstanding about financial aid for college bound families. The infographic below illustrates 8 of the most common myths surrounding the world of financial aid. For more information regarding scholarships and financial aid, please click here.
Roadmap To College
Going to college is a no-brainer. But how to get there is a more difficult question to answer. No matter you are a high school freshman or senior, here's a simple roadmap to college for you:I am a high school freshman.
Tough Times for Girls?
The University of Richmond, like many small liberal arts colleges, has its roots in single-sex education. The campus, which sits on a picturesque 350 acres of woodland a few miles outside the Virginia state capital, was once two schools: Westhampton and Richmond colleges, on opposite sides of a small lake. The campuses merged around the turn of the 20th century, creating the coed institution that exists today. The delicate balance between men and women at Richmond has always been a tricky thing to manage.