Some students can’t pay college tuition and expenses in full, so they take out student loans or are fortunate to receive scholarships. But there is a right way and a wrong way to complete the application process.
Students that feel they aren’t ready for college immediately after high school may find deferring for one year or one semester is an option.
The summer before college is ripe with opportunities. Though many students want to work, find an internship or spend time with family, colleges suggest focusing on skill-building before going away.
During the first week of classes, colleges hold student fairs, where students and staff place importance on becoming involved with campus organizations and activities.
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine received a $299,272 grant from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, a New York based foundation dedicated to improving the training of health professionals.
A partnership between Cleveland State University and Northeast Ohio Medical University to produce doctors to work in urban and rural communities will welcome its first graduates this spring.