Have You Committed?

College Admissions



Isabel Corona, Staff Writer

A question arises within many students: Where should I commit? That’s a hard one to answer as it will be different for everybody. A piece of advice: Do what’s best for you. It’s important to consider financial aid and try to avoid going into debt. With all this in mind, committing should feel easier.

So, have you committed?

Recently, colleges have begun to make their decisions. Students either receive an acceptance, rejection or get waitlisted. Many have been posting their acceptance letters on social media, but tuck away the rejection. It’s hard to decide which schools you should bet your future on. It’s even harder to get rejected by a school you were set on. However, it’s not the end of the world and shouldn’t define you or your ability to reach success. As May comes around, students must make their decisions.