Make sure to check out our June Checklists for HS Juniors and HS Seniors. Consult these quick resources to get you started on the process this month.
GUEST STUDENT OF THE WEEK: Rohan is a freshman at Dartmouth (and loves it) having gotten in ED for the Class of 2023. He's here to debunk myths regarding admissions and student life at his school. ASK HIM ANYTHING!
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I'm having issues coping with what I lost of my college experience
I am in my fourth year of university and the virus has caused for classes to be cancelled and all club activities have been over as well. Honestly, I'm feeling sad as it is my fourth year in university and I was looking forward to spending more time with my friends and my club and heading out to social gatherings and meeting/getting to know folks but the virus has impeded that. I see so many folks acting like their year/time at uni is already over and honestly,I'm not sure if I'm ready for it to be over as this was all abrupt. I'm just feeling like I'll never get this back and it's bothering me a lot. I understand our health is more important but I feel like I've missed some chances/oppurtunities and this is making me feel really depressed lately. When I think of what could have been, I just really feel frustrated/angry and not sure how to cope9 replies