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As you begin to think about applying to college, take time to think about who you are. Think about your goals, your likes and dislikes, your abilities and your resources.

Some Questions to Consider
Choosing the Nevada college that is just right for you requires research. This research must be done at two levels: externally and internally. The external research can be done on the Internet, by reviewing catalogs, visiting the campus itself, or by talking to students who have attended the college in question.

Here is a helpful checklist of questions/comparisons to research and review for yourself.

College Name:

Location:
Distance From Home
Size
Enrollment
Physical Size Of Campus

Housing Environment:
Type Of School (2 Yr., 4 Yr.)
School Setting (Urban, Rural)
Location & Size Of Nearest City
Co-Ed, Male, Female
Housing On Or Off Campus
Residence Hall
Requirements
Food Plan

Admission Requirements:
Deadline
Tests Required
Average Test Scores,
GPA, Rank
Notification

Academics:

Is Your Major Offered
Special Requirements
Accreditation
Student-Faculty Ratio
Typical Class Size

College Expenses:
Tuition, Room & Board
Estimated Total Budget
Application Fee, Deposits

Financial Aid:

Deadline
Required Forms
% Receiving Aid
Scholarships

Facilities:
Academic
Recreational
Other

Activities:
Clubs, Organizations
Greek Life
Athletics, Intramurals
Other

Campus Visits:
When
Special Opportunities

 

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