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Is your college online? Wondering how to make friends in college during COVID? Don't worry, here are the BEST tips to make college friends during the pandemic. Although you may be doing college remotely, you can still make amazing friends. Here are the best tips on how to make friends in college, but these tips certainly come in handy when trying to make friends in online college. #howtomakefriendsincollege #onlinecollegetips #onlinecollege
It's back to school time and I wanted to share something that I think is important for college students, making a college binder. I know, another binder? Yes. You get a lot of information from your college during your time from when you begin all the way up until you leave and a college binder keeps all of that information in one place.
You probably already know the basics of what to ask when you are visiting prospective colleges—majors offered, costs, how many students attend, etc. But there are a lot of questions you may have never thought to ask that can give you a better perspective of whether or not this college is really going to be a match: socially, academically and financially.
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