At last count, there are over 2,400 four-year and over 1,600 two-year colleges in America. Of the four-year colleges, over 600 offer full scholarships – with many offering room, board, books, and even $CASH$ on top of full tuition to qualified students. Some of these you might recognize… Alabama (yes, THAT one – Crimson Tide), Michigan, LSU, Nebraska, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, and a few dozen others. Though many dream of going to an “Ivy League” college, most people couldn’t name the Ivy League colleges unless they Googled them! And… how about West Point, Annapolis, and… can you name the service academies?
Most people – most students – target the high profile colleges, which is normal. But what about the thousand or so that are just as good… and some even better, but you don’t know about them because they don’t play big-time football or don’t go to the Final Four in basketball. In this program, Dr. Beasley address the twelve things you need to consider in selecting a range of college – not just one – but a range of potential colleges:
1. Types of Colleges
2. Admission Criteria
3. Cost of College
8. Selecting a Major
10. Cost/Value Factors
11. Typical Reasons
12. Selection Process
What makes a college “highly competitive?” Did you know the qualifications that would get you admitted to one college would get you a $100,000 scholarship at another?
This program will open your eyes to a new range of Options, Choices, and Opportunities for college. Well worth the time to be a more informed student… and parent.