Set priorities for the college experience

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Think about your priorities for the college experience

College representatives enjoy talking to prospective students. And their answers to thoughtful questions can help a student make a good college match. Following are selected suggestions from The College Board.

1. How would you characterize the majority of students?

2. What do students like most about your college?

3. What are some of the more popular extracurricular activities?

4. Is binge drinking an issue, and if so, how is the college handling it?

5. What sets this school apart academically?

6. How would you characterize the academic pressure and workload?

7. What is the most popular major on campus and why?

8. Are faculty members accessible to students outside of class?

9. What should I know about student housing options?

10. Is there a health care facility on or near campus?

Courtesy of: College Counseling Sourcebo ok, 4th Edition; 2007 The College Board.

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College representatives enjoy talking to prospective students. And their answers to thoughtful questions can help a student make a good college match. Following are selected suggestions from The College Board.

1. How would you characterize the majority of students?

2. What do students like most about your college?

3. What are some of the more popular extracurricular activities?

4. Is binge drinking an issue, and if so, how is the college handling it?

5. What sets this school apart academically?

6. How would you characterize the academic pressure and workload?

7. What is the most popular major on campus and why?

8. Are faculty members accessible to students outside of class?

9. What should I know about student housing options?

10. Is there a health care facility on or near campus?

Courtesy of: College Counseling Sourcebook, 4th Edition; 2007 The College Board.