Land of Variety

One of the most amazing aspects of attending a school in the United States is the variety degrees from which you may choose. Many universities and colleges offer hundreds of options, and often you are able to double major or obtain dual degrees.

It can be quite easy to visit a university website and find a comprehensive list of degrees offered, but what if you want to create your own or you aren’t sure if you can combine two of the programs of study? It all seems very straightforward, but in order to truly personalize your experience, speaking to an admissions representative, a current student or an alum can be incredibly helpful.

Maybe you want to be an engineer, and you happen to be able to find degree requirements online. Have you thought about which kind of programs at the school might complement your degree? A representative from the school would be able to shed more light on the types of extra-curricular programs and other school activities that might be helpful to you while pursuing your degree.

If you prefer to create your own program of study, there are degrees that will allow you to do that also.

Getting a chance to speak face-to-face with a university representative

Getting a chance to speak face-to-face with a university representative

Do a bit of research and then reach out to a school representative. You can probably set up a Skype meeting or phone call if it works for you, but why not meet someone from the school in person? Make a list of your interests, run a college search or speak with your college counselor about schools that might meet your needs. Check the websites to see when the universities on your list plan to visit your region. Fall is a great time to attend a fair, and this fall Linden is organizing 17 fairs.

Questions about attending a Linden fair this fall? Email me at students@lindentours.com.