Archive - September 2015

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5 Fantastic Tips for Saving Money as a Rochester Student
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All About Applying Early Decision
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Navigating Student Employment
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What’s In a Test?
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Study Abroad Preparation Tips

5 Fantastic Tips for Saving Money as a Rochester Student

Happy fall, everyone! We’re so delighted to have students back on campus. We hope your fall semester is off to a great start. We want to help you start your semester off right, so here are some of our best tips for saving money as a Rochester student. Have you heard of the RED program? With[…]

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All About Applying Early Decision

On a typical Monday morning, as a typical high school senior student, you make your way to the bus stop (or you get into your own car, or a friend picks you up, or you walk to school, whatever). No matter how you got there, you are now sitting down in your first period class. Everyone[…]

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Navigating Student Employment

  Welcome back to campus, everyone! With the start of the school year, the nice paychecks from your awesome summer job aren’t coming in anymore. What now, you ask? Look no further! The University’s student employment opportunities are here to help. Whether serving a double latte at Starbucks, setting up sound equipment for a show[…]

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What’s In a Test?

Throughout my travels and my discussions with students and families, the most common questions I get concern standardized tests and how they impact one’s chance of admission. Confusion often arises because standardized tests play a different and less absolute role in American college admissions than they do in most other countries. No matter where you[…]

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Study Abroad Preparation Tips

Last spring semester, I was luckily accepted to the University of Bristol exchange program. I was thrilled by this news because this semester, I get to study at a top university in the UK and explore Europe for the first time. This will be the opportunity of a lifetime! Therefore, I devoted my entire August into preparing for[…]

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