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How do you decide what college to go to when you have so many options?

I know what I want to do after graduation this year, but don't know where I want to do it at. I have a lot of options, but just not a lot of time and it's scary to me because pretty soon I'm going to be on my own

Thank you comment icon I went to the community College in Suffolk County. I learned that the jobs I applied for were not interested so much as where I went to school but that I had passed the board exam and had my license. If you have multiple choices then you should list the pros and cons of each job .Like pay transportation, I hope this helps you. cost,location,time you have to drive to work there or are you living home with your parents, Do you have children, do you drive or need local transportation you need to consider these things. Which one fits your criteria. I found out that they didn't care about where I got my license from but that I passed my boads exam. Make sure you read any contract if they ask you to sign one. This way you don't get stuck having to stay if you don't like the job. Kathleen Miller

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Paige’s Answer

For me, finding my ideal college was all about discovering where I would feel the most comfortable and truly thrive. I knew I wanted to be more independent and grow as a person, and that meant not living too close to my family. Choosing a smaller school felt like the best decision because of the increased opportunities for one-on-one interaction with professors and the more intimate learning environment that comes with smaller classes.

At the same time, I valued affordability, so attending a state school made perfect sense for my goals and budget. Ultimately, wherever you choose to go, I'm confident you'll find the perfect fit for you! Remember, if you decide to live on campus and away from home, it may take some time to make new friends, but trust in the journey and know that everything will come together in the long run. Just stay positive, keep an open mind, and embrace the exciting new experiences that await you in college. You've got this!
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Skarlett’s Answer

To be honest, when I was deciding on a college, I mainly considered the degrees they offered. Right after high school, I knew I wanted a more flexible education experience, so I was drawn to the idea of online learning. So, I simply did some research to find colleges that provided the degree I was interested in, all from the comfort of my own home. 😊
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Kate’s Answer

For me, I really felt like I just fit in well when I visited Emerson College. It's artsy, supportive and unique. They had degrees I wanted and I worked toward their requirements for getting in, but it just "felt right" when I visited.
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