• In college are the showers in the dorms or out in the hall?

    Best answer: It depends on the residence hall. At some colleges, the dorms might all be the "long hall, bathroom at the end" style, but at another, it might depend on what residence hall (dorm) you're in. Normally, colleges talk about their living options on their website, under "housing", so you can get... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the residence hall. At some colleges, the dorms might all be the "long hall, bathroom at the end" style, but at another, it might depend on what residence hall (dorm) you're in. Normally, colleges talk about their living options on their website, under "housing", so you can get an idea for what's available.

    You're supposed to wear flip flops into any shared shower (gym, dorm, otherwise) to prevent athlete's foot.
    7 answers · 23 hours ago
  • RECOMMENDED READING LIST FOR iNTRO sTATSTISTICS?

    Best answer: Your Prof has recommended some excellent text books.
    Best answer: Your Prof has recommended some excellent text books.
    4 answers · 11 hours ago
  • How do college majors and minors work?

    6 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Do college brochures mean anything in the mail?

    Im a sophmore in highschool and I got this college brochure mailed to me from a high college. So i was wondering am i just one of the thousands getting this brochure and are they even actually interested in enrolling me?
    Im a sophmore in highschool and I got this college brochure mailed to me from a high college. So i was wondering am i just one of the thousands getting this brochure and are they even actually interested in enrolling me?
    5 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Is a Bachelor degree becoming more and more useless?

    what are your thoughts on this? There's stories of people graduating and can't fight job because it's too competitive. One time my professor was saying a Bachelor degree is just like a high school diploma. You can't do much with it.
    what are your thoughts on this? There's stories of people graduating and can't fight job because it's too competitive. One time my professor was saying a Bachelor degree is just like a high school diploma. You can't do much with it.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does my college say it is going to take me until 2023 to graduate?

    I'm starting in the fall of 2017, so today I saw my enrollment verification and it says I'm expected to complete my program in 2023... Does anyone know why it says that? Because everything I've looked at points to four years as opposed to 6. If anything I would most likely finish in less than 4 due to... show more
    I'm starting in the fall of 2017, so today I saw my enrollment verification and it says I'm expected to complete my program in 2023... Does anyone know why it says that? Because everything I've looked at points to four years as opposed to 6. If anything I would most likely finish in less than 4 due to summer courses. I just thought I'd ask around. Is it just a system error?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is community colleges better than private colleges?

    Hello guys, Im a senior in highschool and I will be heading to college soon. I got accepted into a private college with a scholarship but I still have to pay them a lot. My parents want me to go to a community college, I like that idea too. But which one is better? I heard that you learn like general courses in... show more
    Hello guys, Im a senior in highschool and I will be heading to college soon. I got accepted into a private college with a scholarship but I still have to pay them a lot. My parents want me to go to a community college, I like that idea too. But which one is better? I heard that you learn like general courses in every colleges the first 2 year. So community colleges is better right? My friends are going to colleges in different state and I feel kinda jealous. I feel like they are smarter than me :(
    24 answers · 5 days ago
  • I'm a Jr in Hs I want to be a Labor and Delivery Nurse I was wondering do nurse colleges exist and are they cheaper then colleges that?

    Offer more majors. Also I plan on staying on campus.
    Offer more majors. Also I plan on staying on campus.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I take Physics, Development Biology, and Anatomy and Physiology in the same semester?

    Best answer: Too many science courses within the same semester may result in emotional (and/or physical) burn-out.
    Best answer: Too many science courses within the same semester may result in emotional (and/or physical) burn-out.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can you get in trouble at college or at work for saying mean things?

    Best answer: Yes you can. It is called harassment and it can get you expelled or fired. Keep doing it and it can get you jail time. Say only nice things or say nothing. Saying mean things is something children do.
    Best answer: Yes you can. It is called harassment and it can get you expelled or fired. Keep doing it and it can get you jail time. Say only nice things or say nothing. Saying mean things is something children do.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • College - Waitlisted Help!!!!?

    Best answer: Accepting a spot on the waitlist lets them know you are still interested in attending. If you've had any significant achievements since you submitted your application, you could email the admissions office with that info, along with a brief note expressing your continued interest in the school. Other than... show more
    Best answer: Accepting a spot on the waitlist lets them know you are still interested in attending. If you've had any significant achievements since you submitted your application, you could email the admissions office with that info, along with a brief note expressing your continued interest in the school. Other than that, you will just have to wait and see if you are called off the waitlist. But be aware that your chances of getting off the waitlist are very, very slim. You should assume that you will NOT be attending URichmond, select one of the schools that accepted you, and start getting excited about it. If you don't hear from Richmond before May 1, you must submit your deposit to your 2nd choice school. If you don't, you will lose your spot at that school. IF Richmond does call you off the waitlist after May 1, you can withdraw from the other school and request a refund of your deposit. You may or may not get your deposit back, but it's better to lose that money than to not go to college at all.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • College Admissions Frustration!! As an international student living in the US (Who is also broke)?

    Best answer: The thing is, you both need a college that grants 100% of need, *and* gives that amount of aid to foreign students. As you know, that's not easy to come by (and those that do often do so for very, very few students), and most schools that do that are the elites. Not all, though. Some do commonly admit students... show more
    Best answer: The thing is, you both need a college that grants 100% of need, *and* gives that amount of aid to foreign students. As you know, that's not easy to come by (and those that do often do so for very, very few students), and most schools that do that are the elites. Not all, though. Some do commonly admit students with your stats - and some of those, like F&M, are on your list. But you can use this list (http://www.edupass.org/finaid/undergradu... to see schools which, historically, have given at least some aid to foreign students, and match that up with the 100% need lists, then contact each school to find out if they give 100% need to foreign students - and if any are still accepting applications, apply now. Or just wait, and see where you get in off your current applications, and what they offer you in aid.

    As with most foreign students, it may be that you can't afford to study at a US university. If that ends up being true, then what I'd suggest is that you apply to either your local community college, or else to a local public uni (if you can afford one without aid), and commute from home to save on costs. It's possible you'll get into a community college's honors program, and your SATs mean you won't have to take their math/English placement test.

    Depending on your immigration status, it may be possible for you to return home and attend a uni in your home country. In some countries, unis are less expensive, or sometimes even free for citizens, so it's something you could look into.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • How long and how can I become a scientist?

    Best answer: First you have to finish high school. Then, get a college undergrad diploma with something in the science field and then get a PhD degree with emphasis in your chosen science field. Tradition college is 4 years and PhD is about 2 years so you're looking at about 6 years after high school graduation. Good luck!
    Best answer: First you have to finish high school. Then, get a college undergrad diploma with something in the science field and then get a PhD degree with emphasis in your chosen science field. Tradition college is 4 years and PhD is about 2 years so you're looking at about 6 years after high school graduation. Good luck!
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • In college are you allowed to skip class whenever you want?

    Just curious and if you can does it affect you?
    Just curious and if you can does it affect you?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Community college or accept other offers.?

    Best answer: CIT is best option.
    Best answer: CIT is best option.
    5 answers · 4 days ago