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Katie Szalda

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Five Reasons to Apply Early Action to College

Posted By Katie Szalda | November 8, 2016 Early_Admission-Preview.jpg

For many schools, you don’t have to wait as long as you think to find out if you’d get in. As long as they offer an Early Action option, like Siena does, you can speed up the process by submitting your application (usually in November) to receive a priority review. Not sure if you should strive for that early deadline? Here are five reasons why we think Early Action is a smart move.

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College Application Tips For High School Sophomores & Juniors

Posted By Katie Szalda | July 12, 2016 College application tips for high school sophomores and juniors

As a rising sophomore, or even a rising junior, you may feel like college is still so far away that there's not much you can for it now. But actually, early on in your high school years is the perfect time to begin thinking about college applications—specifically, what you can do starting now that you'll be thanking yourself for come senior year.

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Last-Minute Questions To Ask When It's Time To Choose A College

Posted By Katie Szalda | April 15, 2016 Last-minute questions

For some high school seniors, the final decision of where they'll attend college is a no-brainer. They knew it all along, and they're ready to deposit. But some of you may still be taking a hard look at your list, going back and forth between two or three options. With May 1 just around the corner, how about some guidance?

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Where Saints Work

Posted By Katie Szalda | March 31, 2016

One of the key factors to consider when deciding where to go to college is: Will I gain the skills and experience I need to be employed in my field of study? At Siena, the answer is a resounding 'yes.' How about some proof?

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What Not To Do After You Get Your Acceptance Letters

Posted By Katie Szalda | March 16, 2016 What not to do after you get your acceptance letters

Received some great news in the mail lately? There's nothing like reading "congratulations on your acceptance" to put you into a long-lasting state of bliss. Enjoy those exciting moments! Just be sure that, in the days and weeks that follow, you keep your head in the college game and be smart about your next moves.

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