Chemar Bufford

This is your opportunity to select a college that you will get to call home for the next 4 years. Explore all options! Chemar’s advice for students going through the application process

Isabel Carleton

Visiting colleges is so important! If you can’t travel far, try to visit colleges in your local area. Afterwards, write down what you liked and didn’t like about the school. This process will help you gain a better understanding of what you are looking for in a college, regardless of if you end up applying […]

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Virginia Elliott

You know yourself the best, so remember to trust your instincts and trust your intuition. Virginia’s advice for students going through the application process

Adonis Skinner

Approach the application process with authenticity and intentionality. Take the time to reflect on your experiences, values, and aspirations. What makes you tick? What drives you to excel? What impact do you hope to make on the world? Adonis’ advice for students going through the application process

Andrea L. Baez-Perez

To follow your gut and trust yourself. As a recent graduate, I freshly understand the stress and overwhelming sensation that derives from applying to university, but by allowing for your instinct to guide you and truly letting your personality, uniqueness and intelligence speak for itself, it can be an exciting process filled with endless opportunity. […]

Joe Solaro

My advice to students in the college search is to find a school that feels like home. College isn’t just where you take classes, it’s where you make life long connections during some of the most formative years of your life. Finding the school that provides an environment that gives you what you need to […]

Allison Frieze

I am a huge St. Louis sports fan. I love how the whole city comes together to cheer on our teams! Allison’s favorite thing about living in St. Louis

Bill Prescott

One piece of advice I always share with students is to make sure your application highlights all of the key things you want the admissions committee to know before submitting it. The best application I’ve read are ones where can clearly see who the student is, and how they would add to the campus community. […]