Congratulations on getting into college. I bet you are excited, scared, ready for the next step, and sad to see your high school friends scatter to the wind. Almost everyone is experiencing this the same way you do. So before you let anxiety set in read on and know that you’ll be okay and have a blast.
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So you just finished the first semester in college. It wasn’t an easy one and things couldn’t have been more different than what you were expecting. But don’t despair your experience is not unique and there is nothing abnormal about it. Here is yet another listsicle with the things that almost all freshmen experienced during their first semester in college.
- This is hard stuff. Yes, transitions are always though and when you transition from high school standards and expectations to college ones things are bound to be though. So what you are feeling is normal and almost everybody went through a similar experience. I can promise you that it will get better the second semester and the rest of them will get easier. Hang in there.
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College costs can play an important role in the college selection process. As early admission and early decision time is upon us and since nobody wants to graduate with a lot of debt, knowing what tuition discounting is as well as how it can be impacted by changes in finances and academic performance is important.
Tuition discounting is a common practice used by institutions (colleges and universities) to decrease costs and attract students.
- Tuition discounting represents the amount of grants and scholarships that a student gets but does not have to repay it back. The main source for these discounts is institutional aid (the institution’s funds). Applying for other scholarships can help boost the discounting amount, but the largest amount of funds would typically come from the institution.
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