My Take on Different College Types

During my transfer path on the road to graduation, I’ve experienced practically every type of college experience. From classroom set-up (in-person, virtual, or a mixture of the two), housing, enrollment and campus size, to religious affiliation, I’ve experienced them all. Read on to learn more about my experiences with each, and which were my favorite!…

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A Grateful Guest

In this guest blog post, Kirk shares his own experience as a transfer student from a unique perspective—having seen his twin go off to college, and as an older student.  When I first came to State College, Pennsylvania, I was not there as a prospective student, but a supporting brother; my twin, Luke, was attending a summer…

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Rule of Thumb for Student Loans

According to Forbes, there is about $1 trillion of student debt in the United States. We all have a dream school that we would like to attend because we tell ourselves that it’s what is best for our major. However, sometimes the school doesn’t matter. You can create your own dream school in almost any…

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2-Year Colleges are Better than you Think

  I graduated from Manor College, a 2-year college, in 2015. I was excited to take the next step in my education, but I knew I’d miss Manor. Looking back, Manor was probably the best two years of my life. Here are some of my reasons why, and why I think more people should attend…

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