Relationships with professors are valuable.
In addition to lectures and exams, professors can be important resources. Getting to know your professors can lead to mentorship, letters of recommendation, research opportunities, and possibly career connections.
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Questions to direct your research for comparing and contrasting the same major or program of study at different universities:
What classes will you need to take in the major?
Are their different or similar concentrations or emphasis in the
What is student-faculty ratio and why does it matter? How does a prospective student evaluate “professor accessibility”?
Student–faculty ratio is the number of students who attend a university divided by the number of faculty (teachers/professors) in the
MYTH: Scheduling your college courses is as simple as selecting classes that fit your weekly availability and earn you credits.
FACT: Registering for classes can be a complicated process that needs advance attention and long-term planning.
Tasks for undergraduate students
First – congratulations! You applied and are now admitted to college!
As the May 1st enrollment deadline looms, our monthly RoundUp theme focuses on the big decision of choosing a college.
Weekly digest of information and resources for