February College Checklist for High School Seniors

Your college applications have probably all been submitted and now you’re playing the waiting game. It might seem like your work is done, but there are still some steps you can take that will impact your future:

  • Research scholarships. College is a big investment, and scholarships can make a world of difference. Stop by your guidance counselor’s office and ask for help finding scholarships.
  • Don’t lose touch. More than likely, you’ve been working with admissions officers at the colleges you’ve applied to. It’s important to stay in contact with them. They might be able to give you with scholarship information, too.
  • Keep your momentum.  Stay focused on your classes and involved in extracurricular activities. How you finish out your senior year is very important to the colleges you’ve applied to.

At Sullivan University, we understand how stressful this can be. But we have a lot of experience helping high school seniors through the college application process, and we’re happy to share everything we’ve learned with you.

About the Author:

As the content editor for The Sullivan University System (SUS), Sherry Couture promotes all the schools and campuses that comprise the System. Prior to her role at SUS, Sherry worked as an executive casino host at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino and Hotel, and spent seven years in the newspaper industry in advertising. She graduated magna cum laude from Lindsey Wilson College with a bachelor’s degree in English.

In her free time, Sherry enjoys running, reading, going to concerts and traveling. She especially loves spending time outdoors with her husband, Josh.

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