It takes time, research to find the right college or university

October 22, 2015

Writing in the Calgary Herald, Erika Stark has outlined tactics that can help prospective students choose the best postsecondary school for them. The article recommends that students begin considering postsecondary options as early as grade 10 and 11, find programs that reflect their personal interests and passions, and develop a support system of friends and family. The article recommends that students work hard throughout their high school career to ensure they get high enough grades and all the necessary prerequisites to successfully apply to the program and institution of their choice. The piece further recommends that students take a tour of institutions’ campuses and get to know the institution. Calgary Herald