Looking for advice about applying to college? Admissions counselors at colleges and universities across the Pacific Northwest have some tips for you!
It's time to apply for college! In addition to uninterrupted time to complete your application and access to an Internet-connected computer, you will need a variety of information and documents.
Confused by financial aid forms? You're not alone. Use these four resources to get help in completing the FAFSA or ORSAA.
One way to pay for college is by applying for scholarships, which is money that does not have to be paid back. A full scholarship covers tuition and fees, often for more than one year, and may cover other college costs like housing and books. Here are some of the full (or almost full) scholarships available at Oregon colleges:
Do you know you want to transfer to a 4-year college after taking some classes at a community college? Or do you want to take some of your classes at a community college and some at a university? Most of Oregon's public universities have programs that allow you to be enrolled at both colleges.
Don't be fooled by these common myths about college!
We asked recently graduated Oregon high school students, "What advice do you wish you could have given yourself when you were a freshman that would have helped make your high school experience better?"
A lot of students are nervous about writing essays for college and scholarship applications. Use these tips for successful essay writing, then practice with sample prompts or one from your applications.
Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to college. Now it’s time to make a decision about which college you will attend. With the uncertainty of today's world, it's more important than ever to think critically before you decide.