It is almost April 1st and colleges and universities around the country are scrambling to get their final admissions and financial aid decisions out the door. Pretty soon the wait will be over. You will have all of your admission decisions in hand. There will be elation, heartbreak and possibly confusion.
How do you make that final decision of where to send the deposit? What does being on the waiting list mean? How do you accept rejection from your first choice school?
We have several previous blog post that may help students and parents deal with the stress and anxiety that comes with the end of the college admissions process.
- “The Decision Is Here. Now What?“ provides helpful information for next steps no matter what type of letter (or email) you received.
- If you are struggling to decided between two schools that you have been admitted to, check out: “Still Haven’t Sent In Your Deposit? Read This…“
- If financial aid is a major hang up in your final decision making process, look at: “Need Help With Financial Aid?“
- Need some additional outside resources? “Accepted, Wait Listed, or Denied- Helpful Articles” may help you find the information you are looking for.
PS: Don’t forget to breathe! April 1st is still a week away!